Faces of Folbot: Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park

Thanks to Michael Salvaggio for sharing his pictures from a recent paddle on Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park, Montana. Gorgeous!

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One of the best reasons to travel with a Folbot kayak is it packs into a bag and assembles in minutes. No strapping kayaks to your roof or renting a passenger van. Most models weigh less than 40 lbs and can easily be worn to hike or bike to the water. Assembly times varies depending on model, but the average time to set up is 10-15 minutes.

It’s easy. Like Sunday morning.

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2 thoughts on “Faces of Folbot: Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park

  1. Wow! Love that picture! I visited Glacier N.P. last summer, and it would have been fun to have my Greenland II along. But we left it home, unfortunately. We did rent a canoe on Swiftcurrent Lake — nice!

  2. Pingback: Folbot Fotos: A Picture Worth More Than 1000 Words? | Folbot - In the Fold

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