We spent our last day visiting Glacier National Park hiking along Avalanche Creek to Avalanche Lake. It is a gorgeous, gorgeous area filled with Red Cedar, Black Cottonwood, Hemlock trees and much more. Some of these trees can live to be a 1000 years old. One can not walk among them without being in awe of their beauty and feeling their strength.
Sights from our hike…
Avalanche lake sits at the base of 8694-foot Bearhat Mountain, which rises almost 4800 feet above the lake towards the northeast. The mountain dominating the view towards the south is 7886-foot Little Matterhorn. If you look closely at the cliffs and mountains that surround the lake you’ll notice several long waterfalls cascading hundreds of feet as they make their way towards the lake. (info taken from the web)
In the morning we head home. We leave Glacier with sadness, happy hearts and fond memories. Will we return? You bet!
4 thoughts on “~A hike to Avalanche Lake~”
Cool colours. Fab!
I have certainly enjoyed Glacier thru your lens Sheila! We feel the same way about returning!
The colors are amazing…
We hope to get to Glacier next year. Thanks for the great posts Sheila.
A truly spectacular trip, Sheila. Thanks for sharing it with me. 🙂