Iceberg Lake has got to be one of my favorite hikes in all of Glacier National Park. This little gem is neatly tucked away in a mountain cirque, causing it to not get much sunlight during the day. You will often see blocks of ice that have slid off of steep cliffs surrounding the lake, and they float in the water as little icebergs. Even on a summer day, you can sometimes see over a dozen ice chunks covering the glassy lake surface. It is one of the coolest and most unique scenes in the Park!
In the darkness of the woods,
I consider myself pretty adventurous. I love to explore the wilderness around my Montana home in Livingston, specifically the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness just north of Yellowstone National Park.
It began with a simple trip to the Ace Hardware garden center. I was browsing over their trees, shrubs, and vegetable plants for sale when lo and behold... I saw some table grape plants.
Glacier National Park is world renowned for its glacier carved mountains. Visitors can drive the famous Going to the Sun Road to see firsthand the alpine splendor of its majestic peaks, valleys, and lakes—and maybe see a few mountain goats and bighorn sheep as well.