LEWIS AND CLARK SIGHTSEEING – GIANT SPRINGS EDITION

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Currently in Great Falls MT (Low 55 Mostly Cloudy with a Thunderstorm High 74) 

Who knew there was so much to see in Great Falls Montana. We sure didn’t until we got here. That is the beauty and grandeur of this country, you can choose a place to spend a few days because it is convenient for your trip and end up with some incredible memories.

Great Falls figured prominently in the Lewis and Clark Expedition, much more on that later. Today we will talk about Giant Springs, which is along the Missouri River. Our first glimpse of Giant Springs was along the Roe River, in 1989 named the world’s shortest river at 201′ by the Guinness Book of World Records.

Here is the Roe River flowing out of Giant Springs under the bridge.



The Giant Springs. 150 million gallons of water per day flow from the springs.



Up close the springs flowing over rocks.



Ducks enjoying the flow from the springs into the Missouri River.



Springs bubbling up.