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Iceberg Lake

Iceberg Lake may be one of the most popular destinations in all of Glacier National Park, but this view of it is quite rare. This picture was taken from near the summit of the formidable Mount Wilbur. Mount Wilbur is…
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Floral Park

Floral Park is considered one of the premier off-trail hikes in Glacier National Park and was recently ranked the #1 offtrail hike in North America according to Backpacker Magazine. The nearly 20 mile cross-country route starts at spectacular Logan Pass…
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Logan Pass Reflection

Logan Pass sits at the intersection of the Going-to-the-Sun Road and the Continental Divide. Referred to by locals simply as “The Pass”, Logan Pass is the probably the most memorable scene for the majority of Glacier visitors. The pass has…
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Hidden Lake

Originally named Bearhat Lake, after a prominent Kootenai chief, the name was transferred to nearby Bearhat Mountain and the descriptive name of Hidden Lake was given to this majestic lake. It is indeed hidden and is one of the most…
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Upper Morning Star Lake

The name of this lake is unofficial, taken from the lake below this high basin lake (Morning Star Lake). Directly below the continental divide and Medicine Grizzly Peak, this basin and lake typify the characteristic hanging basins which can be…
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Split Mountain

Split Mountain is one of the six technical-only peaks listed by the Glacier Mountaineering Society. The name is a descriptive one, as the summit block is literally split into two. Easily viewed from the town of Saint Mary, reaching the…
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Medicine Owl Lake

Medicine Owl Lake and Peak lie high up into the Red Eagle Valley near Triple Divide Pass in Glacier National Park. In Blackfeet mythology, owls are an omen of impending death. While perhaps not an especially deadly lake or dangerous…
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Mount Cleveland

Mount Cleveland is the highest peak in Glacier National Park at 10,466 feet and is ranked as the 50th “Ultra-Prominent” peak in the Lower 48, meaning it has the 50th largest topographical prominence. While most routes to the top of…
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