The day after the hike to the glacier, we went back to the Many Glacier section of the park and went on a short hike to Red Rock Lake and Red Rock Falls.
Sometimes there are moose in the lake, but all I saw was a deer.
Another day, we went back up to Logan Pass in the middle of the park. Behind the Visitors Center at the pass is a hike to Hidden Lake, but according to the VC, the trail was 93% snow covered. But where snow is receding, glacial lilies appear.
Since I wasn't keen on any more hiking in the snow, we went across the street to the Highline Trail. This is one of my favorites - it's carved on the side of a mountain.
I like any hike that gives you a clear view of the scenery, and this one is terrific!
There was more beargrass.
Goat? What goat?
Oh - hi! I took about a hundred pictures.
The mountain goats here pretty much ignore you. One time I turned around and there were 2 following me on the trail!
This guy was back close to the Visitors Center. He must be younger because he didn't have all the long hair hanging off of him.
When I was here 4 years ago, I did the hike to Iceberg Lake. There's a lot of grizzly bear activity in that area and sure enough.... To read about my adventure that day, click here.