A Miserable Day in Yellowstone!
A Test of Endurance
Bear Charges Trail Riders
Brother No.1 Takes a Hike
Camping,Boating and Bears!Part I
Camping,Boating, and Bears! Part II
Cooking School with M
Dust, Dips, and Bear Tracks
Family Forestry Expo
Grinnell Glacier Hike
Hoar, Ghosts, and Pits!
Lost on Father's Day?
M&E:Kids in the City!
Marmot Mountain Fun and Terror!
Mystery in the Rain Forest
Shuttle Bus Adventure
Snowshoe Fun on Winter Trails Day!
The Big Fair!
The Blood Red Moon
The Great Goldfish Adventure
The Swan Rangers and the 79 Switchbacks!
The Tough Trail
Ticks, Elk, Buffalo, and More!
Too Much to Bear
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We were hiking along on the
Iceberg Lake Trail in Glacier National Park.
We decided that we should turn back, because it was getting late.
A short while after we had turned around, we saw something that made our
adrenaline rush. A shiny bear scampered across the trail about 20 yds. or so ahead of us. It waggled its rump as it ambled down the
Our dad turned around quickly and said, "Did you see that?"
"Yes!" said our mom, with astonishment in her voice.
pulled out their bear spray. We walked very fast, clapping stones, and jingling our
bear bells as we went back to the trailhead.
|Be Bear Aware!
Here are a few tips for
hiking in bear country.
- Never go close to bears.
- Make noise while hiking to
let the bears know you are there.
- Hike and explore in open
areas. Avoid getting between a sow and her cub.
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