Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Apgar, Montana, United States

Aug 30, 2012 - Seven hour bus trip

This was a long day. We caught the shuttle at the St Mary visitor center at 8:30 AM. You have to change twice to get to the west side. It is 52 miles from one side to the other. You ride a large bus up to Logan's Pass then you change to a small bus because there is a limit of 21 feet on this part of the road . Then you change back to a big bus at Mc Donald's Lake. It took us about three hours to get to the west end. There is a little village, Apgar, at the west end. It consist of a few stores and a cafe. It took us about 3 hours to get...

Jump to full entry

Trip Journal

Don't wake me up

Sep 7, 2011 - Glacier National Park

We headed to the east side over the Going to the Sun Highway. We spotted two very nice Rocky Mountain Rams on Logan Pass right next to the road. Due the construction we were npt able to stop for pictures. The road construction has limited the access to the Logan Pass area. We continued on to Many Glaciers and hiked to Fisherscap Lake were we spotted a nice young Bull Moose feeding in the lake, he was very cooperative and many photos were taken. On or walk back to the parking lot I heard what I thought was a bear cub squealing. We found a...

Jump to full entry

Sep 6, 2011 - Glacier National Park

We headed to Glacier National Park in the morning taking time to check out a few shops in each town we passed through. We took a different route to Glacier this trip turning north at Libby, Mt. following the shoreline of Koocanusa Reservoir on highway 37 to Eureka, Mt, a small town about 15 miles from the Canadian Border. We then took 93 south. We set up camp in the Apgar campground and then head to Logan Pass on the Road to the Sun. We saw a buck deer and when we got to the pass we found a female Mountain goat. We also spotted several...

Jump to full entry

Sep 14, 2008 - Apgar Campground, Glacier National Park

We arrived at Apgar campground on Sunday Morning - we drove past several churches and said our Sunday prayers as we drove by...Still beautiful weather here - 60s-70s. Feels warm to us! We found a nice campsite close to Lake McDonald. It is a large, long alpine lake with grand mountains on all sides. Wow! We thought Alaska had mountains - these are amazing. We went for a very nice bike ride on a paved trail through the lodge pole pine forest and it felt great! That evening we attended a ranger program and learned about the biodiversity of...

Jump to full entry