SUMMER ROAD TRIP, DAY 20
An unforgettable hike through an area of beaver ponds, forests of wildflowers, mystical waterfalls and even a jaunt over a suspension bridge all leading to a stunning lake in the midst of shedding the last remnants of winter.
And so our epic 80 day summer road trip continues – 12 U.S. states, 1 Canadian province and 11 national parks. For the upcoming months, I will be sharing with you our highlights, lowlights, adventures, favorite spots, best tips and our thoughts on three months of road tripping and living in a pop up. I’ll try to answer any and all of your questions too! You can also follow our journey via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Miles Driven Today: 170
Total Miles Driven: 4,101
Average Gas Price per Gallon: $2.56
Cobalt Lake Trail
We got off the beaten path today and hiked a less popular trail at the Two Medicine area on the southeast side of Glacier National Park. Cobalt Lake Trail is 11.4 miles roundtrip, 1,450 feet elevation gain and is considered moderately strenuous.
After the hike, we took the southern outer road outside of the park back to the west side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road and drove through again. We saw that the Red Tour buses went this route so we wanted to check it out as well. It is nothing compared to the main road so skip it if you come visit, it’s not worth your time.
Next Stop: Waterfall Hike and A Celebrity Sighting
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