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Hike to Avalanche Lake with Road Scholar

2012/09/11by Donna Hull


Hiking to Avalanche Lake in Glacier National Park

Today’s highlight, on our third day of the Road Scholar Glacier National Park hiking program, had to be the hike to Avalanche Lake in West Glacier. The trail travels through rolling terrain accompanied by the roar of water rushing down Avalanche Creek and a wind that whooshes through the old growth forest. After hiking 2 miles, we earn the reward of lunch on the rocky beach of a glacier-fed lake as waterfall ribbons stream down rocky mountainsides.

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Disclosure: Road Scholar has provided this travel experience, but the opinions are our own.

A boomer travel and lifestyle authority who is exploring the world one activity at a time. Besides writing and publishing My Itchy Travel Feet, she also writes about boomer travel for My Well-Being Powered by Humana and is the author of New Mexico Backroads Weekend Adventure.

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