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Glacier National Park - August 23, 2016 - page 2 of 2
Logan's Pass sits on the Continental Divide at 6,646 feet. Alpine meadows filled with wildflowers carpet the hillsides.

Logans Pass and Continental Divide Sign

Logan Pass sign

Logan Pass (elevation 6,646 feet) is located along the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. It is the highest point on the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The Logan Pass Visitor Center is open during the summer season just east of the pass. The pass is a popular starting point for hiking and backpacking trips. The most popular trail is the Highline Trail which heads north along the west side of the continental divide, through an area known as the Garden Wall, due to the proliferation of wildflowers which grow there during the summer.

Going to the Sun road info

mountain

mountain

mountain and snow

mountain and snow

sign about the Columbian Ground Squirrel

Columbian Ground Squirrel

Columbian Ground Squirrel

Columbian Ground Squirrel

sign about the Hoary Marmot

Hoary Marmot

temperature and closing sign

Big Horn Sheep

caution sign

Big Horn Sheep

Big Horn Sheep

Tunnels, sheer cliffs, lots of waterfalls

one of many tunnels

scenery in Glacier National Park

far off waterfall

scenery in Glacier National Park

Siyeh Creek

Siyeh Creek

Jackson Glacier

In 1850 there were 150 glaciers in Glacier National Park. In 1968, there were only 50 glaciers, and in 2009 there are only 26 glaciers. By the year 2030, it is guessed that there will NOT be any glaciers in Glacier National Park.

Jackson Glacier

Jackson Glacier

sign - glaciers are disappearing

scenery in Glacier National Park

scenery in Glacier National Park

scenery in Glacier National Park

scenery in Glacier National Park

scenery in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park borders Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada—the two parks are known as the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and were designated as the world's first International Peace Park in 1932. Both parks were designated by the United Nations as Biosphere Reserves in 1976, and in 1995 as World Heritage sites. The two RV Gypsies were at Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park earlier this same year in June and those photos can be found by using the TOC button at the top of any page.

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