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Glacier Nat'l Park in NW Montana

Uploaded by: botulism

Sunday August 7, 2011

West Glacier, MT (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: After getting lost trying to find the East entrance to the park, we finally had a nice leisurely trip, stopping along the way to take pictures, throw snowballs, and dip our toes in the icewater.

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7. cobofthemob
5:07 AM GMT on August 09, 2011
One more little tidbit. It will not be long before this area will get cold and snow will fall by the truck load. I noticed there is still plenty of snow and the waterfalls are in high gear. Going to be an extremely cold winter...
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6. cobofthemob
5:03 AM GMT on August 09, 2011
I've pretty much been all over the world and GNP is by far, one of the most beautiful spots on the earth on both sides of the boarder. Any photo from any angle is always a keeper. If you have never been, put it on your bucket list. It is magnificient. Keep posting these..
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5. tamcat
5:00 PM GMT on August 08, 2011
Nice view. Congrats! Nice series. -kevin :)
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4. Madermade
2:54 PM GMT on August 08, 2011
BREATHTAKING! CONGRATULATIONS!
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3. Danube
10:15 AM GMT on August 08, 2011
This photo is my favorite.
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2. trailhiker44
9:46 AM GMT on August 08, 2011
Great shot of a U- shaped cirque ! Marvelous view !
Wonderful composition !
Congratulations on athe AC !
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1. luvne32
12:59 AM GMT on August 08, 2011
Classic U-shaped glacial cirque. What a view!
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botulism

My name is Greg, I have been a Wunderground member since July of 2001. After living in Colorful Colorado my entire life, I recently moved to Kalispell, Montana, where the photo opps are plentiful. I like nothing better than to be out in nature - hiking, walking, photographing, or just enjoying the beauty that is nature.

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