More information about glacier national Park

Snyder Creek, running full with snowmelt, runs next to the lodge and into Lake McDonald. The creek was named after George Snyder. The lodge site was established in 1895 when George Snyder homesteaded the land and built a small Snyder hotel.

With a mostly sunny day the lake is beautiful, and many people were about to embark on a boat tour of Lake McDonald now. Others choose to ride the park buses. These take visitors to several areas of the park.

It’s a gorgeous day for a boat ride. Visitors to the park we’re lining up to get on the boat.

This is one of the buses use for transportation in the park. I believe it is an old Packard.

These two images show the Clearwater of the lake in the multicolored stones near the shore. A few of the trees seem to have moss “beard’s” growing on the trunks.

I have seen a lot of moss growing on trees, never before anything like this.


Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
Sent from my Gold iPad Air 2 for our blog about our travels

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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. .
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1 Response to More information about glacier national Park

  1. Roger Daniel says:

    Fun thanks

    G Roger Daniel Sent from my iPhone


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