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Roads Less Traveled: ‘Going to the Sun’ from Glacier National Park’s east side

From the bloggers at Roads Less Traveled.

During our visit to the east side of Montana’s Glacier National Park, we saw lots of storm clouds roll in and out, and at dawn and dusk the sky lit up in astonishing patterns and colors.

The Going to the Sun Road is the famous and extraordinarily scenic drive that cuts through the center of the park from west to east, and one great way to do it is on one of the Red Bus Tours. Many of these buses were built by the White Motor Company in the early 1900’s but have been converted to run on propane and gasoline. Some have been in service since the 1930’s!

We saw the red buses all over the place. They have tours of the west side of the park and tours of the east side of the park.

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