The camp ground is on a nice flat bench just at tree line allowing for beautiful views of the main valley and surrounding peaks. As usual we found overly comfortable marmots and pikas so we had to be careful that our gear didn't get chewed up. The wildlife around campgrounds have become aware that backpack straps are taste after they're soaked in sweat.
After dinner we took a short walk up to Lincoln pass and enjoyed the view from a higher perspective. The mosquitoes eventually got to be too much so we took refuge in the tent for the evening.
In the morning I was woken to about ten mountain goats running through our camp. The mosquitoes were still bad so we made haste and quickly had breakfast and broke down camp. The hike out was nice. Overcast skies made for cool temps keeping us comfortable for the journey out.
Once back at the car, we decided to drive over the pass so Sage could see Saint Mary's falls and Virgina falls. Both waterfalls are on the same trail which is a pleasant 1.5 mile stroll.
On the way back to the West side, I wanted to stop and get a picture of Avalanche Creek. Only a short ways from the road it cuts beautifully through the rocks of Glacier. After that we headed to whitefish and had dinner with Brandon and Katie before beginning the trip home.