Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S. (4)

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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Ice and argyllite, Snyder Creek, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

Ice and argillite: On a cold November day, ice forms on the stones in Snyder Creek.

Two Medicine Reflections, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

Sinopah Mountain (left) and Rising Wolf Mountain (far right) are reflected in a calm Two Medicine Lake.

Stanton Mountain reflected in Lake McDonald, Glacier N.P., Montana, U.S.

Snow-covered Stanton Mountain is reflected in Lake McDonald on a cold April morning.

Snyder Creek in winter, Glacier National Park, Montana

A black & white image of Snyder Creek under a blanket of snow.

Lake McDonald from the Mt. Brown lookout trail, March 2009

A view of Lake McDonald from an elevation of about 6800 feet (2073 m) on the trail to Mt. Brown lookout.

Glacier lilies and Reynolds Mountain, Glacier National Park, Montana

Reynolds Mountain rises above an ocean of glacier lilies days after the last snow melted away in July.

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