Northwest Travel: Montana – A taste of wilderness adventure at Glacier National Park
There are many ways to explore a national park.
Most people do it by car. They see the sights they can scope out from the windows of their Chevy Tahoe, pausing if they’re lucky enough to spot an elk or a grizzly beside the road. They stay and eat in rustically luxurious park lodges or in drive-through campgrounds with bear-proof trash bins and coin-operated showers.
But if you really want to get close to the land and its denizens, to explore a wilderness as closely as possible to its natural state, you need to get off the road and away from traffic.
By John Gottberg Anderson
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