Going to the Sun Road

Going-to-the-Sun Road is the only road through the heart of Glacier National Park in Montana, USA. It was completed in 1932, and it is the only road that crosses the park, going over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. A fleet of 1930s red tour buses nicknamed "jammers", rebuilt in 2001 to run on propane or natural gas, offer tours on the road. The road, a National Historic Landmark and a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, spans 53 miles (85 km) across the width of the park.
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View from the St. Mary entrance.
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St. Mary Lake with Wizard Island in the center left part of the photo.
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Mountains on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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St. Mary Lake. The air was full of moisture making for a very dreamy-like photo.
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View from the St. Mary entrance.
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Wizard Island.
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Mountains on the Going-To-The-Sun Road. St. Mary Lake in the foreground.
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Mountains on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Going To The Sun Mountain.
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Mountain on the Going-To-The-Sun Road. The colors of the rock were beautiful.
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Falls on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Blackfoot Glacier on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Mount Jackson.
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Mountains on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Mountain peaks on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Blackfoot Glacier on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Glacier on the Going-To-The-Sun Road.
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Logan Glacier.
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Logan's Pass.
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Looking towards Logan Pass.