Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S. (3)

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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Mt. Brown, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

High winds form an interesting cloud on the summit of Mount Brown on a brilliant December day.

Snyder Creek, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

Snyder Creek and rime-coated trees, near Lake McDonald Lodge on a cold December morning.

First snow, Clements Mountain, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

The season's first snow (September) frosts 8760 foot (2670 meter) Clements Mountain and the area around Logan Pass.

Winter sunrise on Howe Ridge, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

First light, looking west across Glacier's Lake McDonald to Howe Ridge, on a cold January morning.

Reflection and ice, Lake McDonald, Glacier N.P, Montana, U.S.

A clear patch in otherwise frozen Lake McDonald reflects trees on the opposite shore.

Wild Goose Island, St. Mary Lake, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

On a smoke-free morning during wildfire season in 2007, sunrise colored the mountains around St. Mary Lake and Wild Goose Island.

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