Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Glacier National Park - Part 3

Departing Saint Mary Lake, we continued west on the Going-to-the-Sun Road towards Logan Pass. I had a hard time identifying some of the mountains so please feel free to chime in if you know them.



The Going-to-The-Sun Road east of Logan Pass is not too harrowing. At least in my opinion. It felt plenty wide enough. The scenery is simply magnificent.

Tunnel along the Going-to-the-Sun Road

Pollock Mountain (I love the fish-eye effect of looking up towards the mountain top)

Clements Mountain (Near Logan Pass)

Logan Pass is the highest elevation reachable by car in the park at 6,640 feet (2,023 m). We wanted to stop at the visitor center but the small parking lot was packed to the gills. We opted to continue westward through the park.


  1. Look at that snow still! I like that fisheye effect too! :)

  2. So you, when we were there it was very busy and we've said ever since that we want to go back. Since that's not about to happen any day soon, I really appreciate your pictures and is really amazing there isn't it!


  3. Even though I have been to Montana, I have never been to Glacier National Park. Thanks for taking us along on your journey. These photos are gorgeous!
    Thanks for stopping by today.

  4. So beautiful! I don't the names of any of those mountains, let's just call them all amazing...


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