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Pull over, along the Creeks Valley, stay near the water, close your eyes and listen to the voices of nature. An incredible spot to stay awhile and take many pictures
We went to one of the pull offs for the McDonald Creek Cascades. There are two observation desks just above the cascades. The water was crystal clear and you could really feel the power of it.
McDonald creek runs pararell to the Road-to-the-Sun and there are many pullouts where you can stop and take pictures. Look for a flat place where the creek is not so rough and take a dip, it is cold but refreshing. Take the time to pull over and view or take the trail from McDonald lake which is a 4 mile... 更多
It's easy to reach the creek from Going to the Sun Road, so you will have several opportunities to pull over and take an easy walk down to its banks. Felt great on the day we were there as the temp was 85. The rushing waters of McDonald Creek are just beautiful; just like everything within Glacier National Park.
Ok, there is limited parking at the trail heads but don't let this stop you from enjoying this trail. We have done it during the Spring, Summer, and Winter (on snowshoes in the winter). Most people stop at the bridge near the entrance to the John's Lake Trail, but if you go up further on the west side of the... 更多
got to admit it is still a creek,but it is still unspoiled,and the geology along the route is interesting,nature sure is supprising in the way it seems to find ways to let you see something new all the time
It is hard to believe that the water is so blue. We stopped at a couple of places along the road to check it out. The kids through rocks and we took pictures.
McDonald Creek is the main body of water between Lake McDonald and where the Going to the Sun Road begins it's ascent. If you love faster flowing beautiful water, then you'll love McDonald Creek. Lots of pullouts along the road. The best pullout is the Red Rock Overlook. A short path leads to a nice overlook of the creek and... 更多
You can access this roaring creek right off the Going-to-the Sun road, making it easy for those who can't hike far to enjoy. There is a bridge over the creek that allows for scenic picture taking.