Lunch Creek Falls is one of the many waterfall you encounter along “The Going to the Sun Road”, Glacier National Park.
Glacier National Park is located in the state of Montana. The park includes 1 million acres, two mountain ranges, one hundred and thirty lakes, one thousand different plants and one hundred species of animals.
Entrance To Glacier
Glacier National Park East Gate
Lunch Creek Falls 1
These vintage buses have been shuttling visitors around Glacier National Park since 1930.
Glacier National Park Red Buses lined up.
Lake McDonald is the largest lake in Glacier National Park. The lake is about ten miles long and four hundred and seventy-two feet deep.
Gloomy Day Lake McDonald
Lake McDonald Lodge is located on the Going to the Sun Road, in Glacier National Park. This Swiss chalet style building is a National Historic Landmark.
The DeSmet cruises Lake McDonald.
An unnamed waterfall in Glacier National Park.
Lake McDonald Road is a dirt road that hugs the shoreline of Lake McDonald.
Logan Pass is located on the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park. It is the highest point on the “Going to the Sun Road”.
A cain is a stacked pile of stones to mark a trail.
The Trail of Cedars is a hiking trail off of the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana.