I realize that I've just dated myself by referencing TLC in a blog post title, but I don't care. When it comes to our national parks, chasing waterfalls is a must.
Luckily, waterfalls are everywhere in and around Glacier National Park: along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, at the end of beautiful hikes, cascading down a stone wall on the side of the highway. The abundance never gets old, either. You'd think we'd tire of seeing fresh, frigid water streaming from melting snow fields or roaring through massive rock walls.
I'll be sharing more about my favorite waterfall hike of the trip next week. If you're planning a trip to Glacier National Park, my advice is to see as many as possible. It won't get old. I promise.
Anyone else have an amazing waterfall experience in Glacier National Park? What about can't miss waterfalls in other national parks? Be sure to share your stories in the comment section. I love reading them!