from Kintla Lake to Bowman Lake…
This post features a photo of the head of Bowman Lake. The Columbines are seen on the way to Brown Pass as well as the tree hit by a good sized rock. Plenty of shots of the waterfalls coming out of Hole-in-the-wall plus the snow covered hanging valley it comes from. Also, on a recent […]
How about waking up to some beautiful snow laden cottonwood trees and 5 inches of ground cover? After canoeing a couple weeks ago and biking last week should I get my skis back out?
waterfowl in the front yard, a canoe trip circumnavigating the hostel, as of today we are a waterfront hostel!
Here are a few examples of the Flower Garden you will find east of Rockies this time of the year…
You won’t see me on the cold spring river water until the air temperature hits a least a comfortable 25 C, or for the metrically challenged in the mid-seventies! Today was just such a day and for a bonus there was a fine wolf print in the mud by the slough when I got back home to the hostel!
If you don’t mind to hike a few patches of snow, which probably will be gone shortly, Kintla Lake makes a beautiful bike ride this time of the year. You can drive half way up if you prefer not to ride all the way from Polebridge, but that’s missing half the fun!