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Sunset

Death Valley National Park is a vast wilderness which contains several large basins in addition to the 100 mile long Death Valley itself. Other lesser-known valleys include the Panamint Valley (pictured above), which includes the eastern slope of the park’s…
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Agueberry Point

Agueberry Point is one of the best places to sense the immensity of open spaces in Death Valley National Park. Named after local miner Pete Agueberry, Agueberry Point sits over 6,000 feet above the floor of Death Valley, a vertical…
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Sunset

As a mountaineer, most times it is a very bad thing to see sunset from atop a peak. Luckily, the journey back to our campsite from this location was relatively quick, making for an unforgettable scene and adventure. Reaching the…
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Red Eagle Meadows

Red Eagle Meadows is a pristine, trail-less area near St. Mary, Montana. Situated high in the Red Eagle Valley, acres of meadows sitting atop a glacial bench, with numerous streams, lakes and tarns (small lakes) just below Mount Logan and…
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Wild Goose Island

Wild Goose Island is one of the most photographed features in Glacier National Park, due to its proximity to the Going-to-the-Sun Road. In reality, were Saint Mary Lake to be drained somehow, Wild Goose Island would appear as a small…
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Norris Mountain

This beautiful peak lies directly upon the Continental Divide. A locally famous multi-day mountaineering traverse dubbed the “Norris Traverse” takes hardy adventurers from the Cut Bank Valley up to Triple Divide Pass by trail, then off-trail over famed hydrological wonder…
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Belly River Sunset

The Belly River is the name of the northeastern-most area of Glacier National Park. Here the plains meet the mountains, bringing two ecosystems together in an awesome display of rugged beauty. The Belly River gets its name from the word…
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