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Sep 3, 2019 11:59:16   #
Fstop12
 
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring the area. The Redrock Falls hike was enjoyable especially checking out Fishercap Lake along the way. We learned that
the moose love the vegetation in the lake and that they hang out there all the time. We saw a female moose on our way up to Red Rock Falls, a female and baby on our way back down the trail and a Bull moose the next morning before we left. Approx .25 from the trailhead you will see a sign marking the trail down to Fishercap Lake.

Some things to know about Many Glacier Hotel. Parking is a premium. The hotel parking lot is up on a hill and is limited. Just because you book a reservation in this expensive hotel, you are not guaranteed a parking spot. The lot is open to everyone including day trippers. Tip: Drop you luggage off at the Hotel entrance and then go fight for a parking spot. Tip: Find a parking spot down the hill or anywhere you can find and then wait till late afternoon when all the day tripper's leave the park and then you can move your car up to the parking lot. If you are lucky enough to find a parking spot when you arrive, don't expect it to be available if you leave during the day unless you come back very late afternoon or early evening. ** Just our experience.
View from Parking lot
View from Parking lot...
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Our balcony view from our room, backside of Hotel.
Our balcony view from our room, backside of Hotel....
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On our way up to Redrock Falls.
On our way up to Redrock Falls....
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On our way back from Redrock Falls.
On our way back from Redrock Falls....
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Redrock Falls
Redrock Falls...
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Redrock Falls
Redrock Falls...
Fischercap Lake the morning we left.
Fischercap Lake the morning we left....
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Sep 3, 2019 12:03:40   #
kpmac (a regular here)
 
An excellent set.

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Sep 3, 2019 12:04:02   #
UTMike (a regular here)
 
You do a great tour!

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Sep 3, 2019 12:05:14   #
Longshadow (a regular here)
 
Great shots!

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Sep 3, 2019 12:31:19   #
mnpacker1
 
Excellent pictures. Was at Glacier in August. Beautiful mountain scenery.

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Sep 3, 2019 15:06:49   #
deanfl
 
Fstop12 wrote:
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring the area. The Redrock Falls hike was enjoyable especially checking out Fishercap Lake along the way. We learned that
the moose love the vegetation in the lake and that they hang out there all the time. We saw a female moose on our way up to Red Rock Falls, a female and baby on our way back down the trail and a Bull moose the next morning before we left. Approx .25 from the trailhead you will see a sign marking the trail down to Fishercap Lake.

Some things to know about Many Glacier Hotel. Parking is a premium. The hotel parking lot is up on a hill and is limited. Just because you book a reservation in this expensive hotel, you are not guaranteed a parking spot. The lot is open to everyone including day trippers. Tip: Drop you luggage off at the Hotel entrance and then go fight for a parking spot. Tip: Find a parking spot down the hill or anywhere you can find and then wait till late afternoon when all the day tripper's leave the park and then you can move your car up to the parking lot. If you are lucky enough to find a parking spot when you arrive, don't expect it to be available if you leave during the day unless you come back very late afternoon or early evening. ** Just our experience.
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring ... (show quote)


Once again you saw different things, so I enjoyed something new with your photos...wonderful set!

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Sep 3, 2019 16:45:35   #
Cmbtvet (a regular here)
 
Beautiful set, I could wake up to that view everyday and never get tired of it

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Sep 4, 2019 03:24:29   #
Vince68 (a regular here)
 
Excellent set.

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Sep 4, 2019 05:38:03   #
J-SPEIGHT (a regular here)
 
Fstop12 wrote:
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring the area. The Redrock Falls hike was enjoyable especially checking out Fishercap Lake along the way. We learned that
the moose love the vegetation in the lake and that they hang out there all the time. We saw a female moose on our way up to Red Rock Falls, a female and baby on our way back down the trail and a Bull moose the next morning before we left. Approx .25 from the trailhead you will see a sign marking the trail down to Fishercap Lake.

Some things to know about Many Glacier Hotel. Parking is a premium. The hotel parking lot is up on a hill and is limited. Just because you book a reservation in this expensive hotel, you are not guaranteed a parking spot. The lot is open to everyone including day trippers. Tip: Drop you luggage off at the Hotel entrance and then go fight for a parking spot. Tip: Find a parking spot down the hill or anywhere you can find and then wait till late afternoon when all the day tripper's leave the park and then you can move your car up to the parking lot. If you are lucky enough to find a parking spot when you arrive, don't expect it to be available if you leave during the day unless you come back very late afternoon or early evening. ** Just our experience.
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring ... (show quote)

Nice set.

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Sep 4, 2019 06:04:42   #
nimbushopper (a regular here)
 
Terrific set!

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Sep 4, 2019 06:51:04   #
JayemCO
 
Fstop12 wrote:
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring the area. The Redrock Falls hike was enjoyable especially checking out Fishercap Lake along the way. We learned that
the moose love the vegetation in the lake and that they hang out there all the time. We saw a female moose on our way up to Red Rock Falls, a female and baby on our way back down the trail and a Bull moose the next morning before we left. Approx .25 from the trailhead you will see a sign marking the trail down to Fishercap Lake.

Some things to know about Many Glacier Hotel. Parking is a premium. The hotel parking lot is up on a hill and is limited. Just because you book a reservation in this expensive hotel, you are not guaranteed a parking spot. The lot is open to everyone including day trippers. Tip: Drop you luggage off at the Hotel entrance and then go fight for a parking spot. Tip: Find a parking spot down the hill or anywhere you can find and then wait till late afternoon when all the day tripper's leave the park and then you can move your car up to the parking lot. If you are lucky enough to find a parking spot when you arrive, don't expect it to be available if you leave during the day unless you come back very late afternoon or early evening. ** Just our experience.
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring ... (show quote)


Glacier National Park is my favorite and Many Glacier is my favorite part of the park. Great job depicting the beauty of the area.

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Sep 4, 2019 08:19:09   #
GreyOwl40 (a regular here)
 
Very attractive set! I particularly like the 7th image (Redrock Falls).

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Sep 4, 2019 09:03:20   #
JoAnneK01 (a regular here)
 
A beautiful set. Enjoyed the last photo with the bull moose turning his head and smiling as if he was posing for you. Mahalo for sharing.

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Sep 4, 2019 09:15:58   #
rmm0605
 
Fstop12 wrote:
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring the area. The Redrock Falls hike was enjoyable especially checking out Fishercap Lake along the way. We learned that
the moose love the vegetation in the lake and that they hang out there all the time. We saw a female moose on our way up to Red Rock Falls, a female and baby on our way back down the trail and a Bull moose the next morning before we left. Approx .25 from the trailhead you will see a sign marking the trail down to Fishercap Lake.

Some things to know about Many Glacier Hotel. Parking is a premium. The hotel parking lot is up on a hill and is limited. Just because you book a reservation in this expensive hotel, you are not guaranteed a parking spot. The lot is open to everyone including day trippers. Tip: Drop you luggage off at the Hotel entrance and then go fight for a parking spot. Tip: Find a parking spot down the hill or anywhere you can find and then wait till late afternoon when all the day tripper's leave the park and then you can move your car up to the parking lot. If you are lucky enough to find a parking spot when you arrive, don't expect it to be available if you leave during the day unless you come back very late afternoon or early evening. ** Just our experience.
We spent two days at Many Glacier Hotel exploring ... (show quote)


Nice!

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Sep 4, 2019 10:51:57   #
Blair Shaw Jr (a regular here)
 
That is one beautiful place. And your images are perfectly done and that sun-drenched peak in the earlier image was amazingly special and I would put that one on my wall to remind me each day where I need to be.

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