Mount Edith Cavell is named after a WWI nurse and it is majestic thanks to the Angel Glacier, so-called because of its shape, or perhaps the angelic nature of the nurse.
Driving to it on 93A can be challenging, the road is narrow and winding but the road was recently resurfaced and accessible to all cars except large recreational vehicles.
We spotted black Bears and elk roaming freely around it. Under the Glacier is a pond where chunks of ice float, and further down is a small lake. The hike to the base of the Glacier is short and sweet. There are many trails to be discovered around it. Not to be missed.
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