We had very big plans for day 12 of our road trip: a 15.5 mile hike from Logan Pass along the Highline Trail to Granite Park Chalet, then down through Swiftcurrent Pass to Many Glacier. There were many logistics involved in doing a point-to-point hike like this, including needing to wake up around 5:30am in order to drive the 30… View Post
Our first hike in Glacier National Park was to Iceberg Lake. We loved the drive through the park on Going-to-the-Sun Road the night before, so today we were looking forward to exploring another part of the park, Many Glacier.
We had another busy day planned for day 10 of our cross-country road trip. Our goal was to reach St. Mary Campground in Glacier National Park, but first up was a tour of Lewis and Clark Caverns.
Our plan for our second day in Yellowstone was to see the famous Old Faithful, then cover the western half of the park on our way up to Montana. We’d spent the night in West Yellowstone, so our first stop on the way was at Grand Prismatic Spring.
It’s a short drive from Grand Teton National Park to the south entrance of Yellowstone National Park. We’d planned to spend two days here, and our goal for today was to see the east side of the park.
A few months ago J signed us up for a Cairn box subscription, and we love it! Each month Cairn sends you 4-5 new products, featuring outdoor gear and food/snacks. It’s been a great way for us to discover new items to take with us on our outdoor adventures.
We were glad to have taken a day to rest up, and on day 7 of our road trip, we set off for another beautiful hike in Grand Teton National Park, this time to Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes.
Our hike through Cascade Canyon really wore us out, so we used Day 6 of our road trip as a recovery day. First up was breakfast at Signal Mountain Lodge!
Our first big hike of the trip was through Cascade Canyon to Lake Solitude, on day 5 of our cross-country road trip. (In case you’ve missed the others, here’s Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4!) The trailhead begins at the far shore of Jenny Lake. You can either take a boat across the lake or hike two… View Post
On Day 4 we woke up early, ready to head to Grand Teton National Park! This was one of the places I was most excited for on our trip, so I couldn’t wait to get there. We were planning on camping for four nights in order to have time to really enjoy the park!