Glacier National Park - August & September 2009

Glacier National Park, together with the Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada, form the worlds first International Peace Park. Glacier National Park was established in 1910 and in 1932 joined Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park to become the Glacier - Waterton International Peace Park. The Glaciers are receding and it is believed they will be gone by 2020, so I was glad to have been able to have visited the park and see the remaining glaciers while they still exist. This trip was taken in August - September 2009.

Cameron Lake

Nestled between the majestic mountain peaks of the Akamina Ridge, this sub-alpine lake is one of many serene bodies of water that makes up Waterton Lakes…

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Flatfoot River Rafting

On the way up to East Glacier I saw some folks doing some river rafting on the flatfoot river and decided to take some photos.

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Glacier Park Lodge

Glacier Park Lodge was built in 1913 by the Great Northern Railway. It is nestled in East Glacier at the foot of Dancing Lady Mountain. This is where we stayed…

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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…

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Lake McDonald

Lake McDonald. Lake McDonald is Glacier National Park's biggest lake; ten miles long and 472 feet deep. Filling a basin gouged out by Ice Age glaciers, Lake…

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Logan Pass

Named for the park's first superintendent, William Logan, Logan Pass is the apex of the 50 mile drive along the Going To The Sun Road. At 6,646 feet above sea…

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Many Glacier

Many Glacier is surrounded by the high peaks of the Lewis Range, and numerous hiking trails can be accessed from the area. The region is noted for numerous…

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Road to St Mary

The road to St Mary is how you get to Many Glacier, the Going To The Sun Road, and to Waterton, Alberta, Canada. This is the road we took from the lodge to…

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Upper McDonald Creek Falls

Stopped of at Upper McDonald Creek to take photos of the incredible clear and colorful water, trout and the falls.

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Waterton Lakes National Park is a national park located in the southwest corner of Alberta, Canada, and borders Glacier National Park in Montana, USA. Waterton…

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