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Highline Trail, Ahern Drift, and... Genie in a Bottle?

Tamar came with us on the Highline trail and it was great to have her along. We went up steeply from Fifty Mountain Campsite and traversed several steep snow drifts. 941 more words

Snow

"... Bear!"

“Don’t say we’re hiking to Mexico at the border crossing, Yogi says they won’t believe you,” I reminded the car.”We’re just hiking through Glacier National Park, right,” The Darkness agreed. 1,284 more words

Snow

The Last Best Place

Another source of inspiration for my work is the place I live. I am one of the lucky few who lives less than an hour’s drive from Glacier National Park in the Northwestern corner of Montana. 204 more words

Hiking the Bow Valley - Three Sisters Creek and Waterfall

We’ve been walking to the big waterfall on Three Sisters Creek at least once a month for the past four or five years. I’ve published more than a dozen posts showcasing some of the wildflowers, ice and snow formations, wildlife and remnants of Canmore’s coal-mining days that we’ve noticed along the path. 844 more words

Hiking

The Powerline-Highline Whammy

This is the second trail running route post. It’s a variation on the previous one described in Hello Highline, a speedy, undulating and relatively short 6.5km round trip starting and ending at Quarry Lake, just outside of town. 1,117 more words

Canmore

NYC in September

Getting there: Air Canada on points.

Where the 2d’s stayed: Hotels in NYC are crazy prices in case you didn’t know it. When you’re looking for one, you are quickly desensitized to $300/night price-tags — and that’s not even for an upscale hotel. 610 more words

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