Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

Glacier National Park in northern Montana is one of our favorite places. We live about 80 miles (130 Km) from the park's west entrance, so we visit frequently in all seasons. The wildlife, views, and changeable weather bring us back often.

We have a separate gallery of images of Glacier's beautiful Lake McDonald.

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Hidden Lake and Bearhat Mountain, Glacier NP, Montana, U.S.

Hidden Lake, at the base of Bearhat Mountain four miles (6.2Km) from Logan Pass.

Grinnell Point and Mt. Gould, Glacier NP, Montana, U.S.

Grinnell Point, with Mt. Gould at left, across Swiftcurrent Lake at sunrise.


Grinnell Point and Mt. Gould, Glacier NP, Montana, U.S.

Grinnell Point, with Mt. Wilbur at right, across Swiftcurrent Lake at sunrise. Photographed from near the Many Glacier hotel.

Lunch Creek and beargrass, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

Late fall blooms of common beargrass along Lunch Creek, just east of Glacier National Park's Logan Pass.


Rainbow, Glacier NP, Montana, U.S.

A rainbow appeared over the valley west of Logan Pass as the sun broke through on a morning of heavy rain and fog.

Morning, Lake McDonald, Glacier NP, Montana, U.S.

Lake McDonald on a clear May morning with Stanton Mountain at the north end of the lake and evidence of the 2003 Robert fire.


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