Through Glacier National Park, this 52-mile highway crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass in Montana.
Grinnell Glacier is located in Glacier National Park in Montana. George Bird Grinnell, an early American conservationist and explorer, championed the creation of Glacier National Park.
Lake McDonald is the park's largest lake. It is located in Flathead County, Montana, at 48°35′N 113°55′W. Lake McDonald is 10 miles long, a mile wide, and 472 feet deep, filling a valley formed by erosion and glaciation.
Avalanche Lake is in Glacier National Park in Montana. Water from Sperry Glacier flows into Avalanche Lake south of Bearhat Mountain. Avalanche Lake is 2 miles up the Trail of the Cedars.
Logan Pass is in Glacier National Park in Montana, along the Continental Divide. It's the road to the sun's highest point. Major Willian R. Logan, the park's first superintendent, named the pass.
It is the second-largest lake in Glacier National Park, Montana. Going-to-the-Sun Road runs along the lake's north shore on the park's east side.
Virginia Falls is a waterfall in the Nahanni National Park Reserve, NWT. It is 500 m above sea level on the South Nahanni River. It's 120 km from the Yukon. It drops 96 m, about twice the height of Niagara Falls.
This lake is located in the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, west of the Livingston Mountain Range in Montana.
This 15.6 km trail near Siyeh Bend, Montana. It takes an average of 4 h 46 min to complete this route.