Glacier National Park’s Avalanche Lake discovered anew in podcasts

Anyone who visits Glacier National Park almost certainly stops by Avalanche Creek.

The Trail of the Cedars, curvaceous Avalanche Gorge and the two-mile amble to Avalanche Lake make it a perfect all-in-one stop for an afternoon backcountry experience. So perfect, one almost wonders what’s left to say about one of Glacier’s most-visited roadside attractions.

"It’s a very popular stop along the Going-to-the-Sun Road," agreed Melissa Sladek of the National Park Service’s Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center in West Glacier. "There’s a lot of interpretation already there, with signs and a ranger-guided nature hike."

By ROB CHANEY of the Missoulian

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