Glacier National Park

Further east than Mount Revelstoke National Park was Glacier National Park established in 1886. Tall hemlock and cedars lined the path of Hemlock Grove Boardwalk, a setting made perfect because no one else was there on that early morning.

Entering a different part of the park, I walked over the Illecillewaet River hoping for a glimpse of the the Illecillewaet Glacier that had been, and still is one of the main attractions of the park. (See featured image)

Following the river for a couple of kilometers, the glacier came in sight so I switched and hiked the Asulkan Valley Trail until I caught a glimpse of Grand Glacier. The vegetation was diverse. Beneath the firs were wild flowers, different ferns, and other broad leaf plants. 

2 thoughts on “Glacier National Park”

  1. We haven’t been to Glacier jn the summer for a long time but backcountry ski there every winter. The glacier looks like it’s receded a lot since I saw it last. Maggie

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