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These are photos from George McFarland; the hostel building was still on big prairie inside the park, it only shows the corner of the building but you can easily recognize it if you are familiar with the place. I’m not sure on the dates of the photographs but would put them into the fifties. In […]
Two frequent early season visitors at the north fork hostel. Photo courtesy of Juergen Westermann.
It won’t take much longer and the road will be passable for cars also; we almost made it all the way to the divide on our ride yesterday, most avalanche slides are easy to ride around, a few need walking your bike…
Here is a photo of Bowman Lake that Mark Hufstetler took tonight during a beautiful sunset:
today open the roads to Bowman Lake, Kintla Lake and down to Logging Ranger Station.
here is one of the white Glacier Lilies that grow along the inside road. .. great day for a ride down the inside road. Bring your sandals to get across the south fork of Logging Creek. After that the tree hopping starts, I stopped counting after 50- but nothing bad, no clusters, […]
This must have been one of my earliest rides to Kintla Lake ever, the road was beautifully dry and smooth, what a treat! I was still huffing and puffing every little hill… Two elk bulls in Round Prairie- minus antlers! Here is the new Kintla Creek Bridge under construction… to be […]
great weekend to head down the river, spring has finally sprung in the north fork!
The south fork of logging creek is on the move across the inside road again, I think I’ll wear sandals next time I head further south. Good bike riding so far this spring, roads are drying quickly, there is still the occasional ice patch and log to jump. Over the logs I actually get […]