To my surprise, at the Great Falls airport rental companies, convertibles were the cheapest car being offered by several hundred dollars. I quickly snatched one up but then I wondered - is there some reason these would be undesirable at Glacier? Is this an automotive bear incident waiting to happen? Or is there something else I am missing?
I don't follow cars very much, but I am surprised that they have convertibles anymore. I thought they were an old or discontinued car!
People ride along in Jeeps, I still see, so aside from the said bear problems, and weather, it sounds cool to have an open top to see all the peaks and mountain features. I've only been to Glacier once in my life, it was sure worthwhile! Some parks have open air buses, and they did have some sort of mass transit red tram cars at Glacier, I forget if they were open air. Lots of road next to cliffs, though. I saw one driver swerve his car under a waterfall to get a quick free car wash of sorts.