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The Grizzly Bear (Usus Arctos horribilis), also known as the North American Brown Bear, is a large population of brown bear inhabiting North America. They are a very large bear with the male weighing from 400 - 790 pounds and the females from 290 - 400 pounds. The Lewis and Clark expedition named the bear "grisley" but probably meant grisly which means fear-inspiring or gruesome. Although grizzly bears are classified as and have the digestive system of carnivores they eat both plants and animals. They will even eat carrion left behind by other animals. They are very opportunistic feeders eating whatever they can find. Grizzly bears normally hibernate for 5-7 months each year, especially in a colder climate. This grizzly bear was photographed while foraging in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Lake McDonald is 10 miles long and over a mile wide making it the largest lake in Glacier National Park. It fills a deep valley formed by erosion and glacial activity. Lake McDonald is on the west side of the Continental Divide. The Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its southern shoreline. The lake was photographed from Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a North American sheep named for its large curled horns. An adult ram can weigh up to 300 lb and the horns alone can weigh up to 30 lb. This big old ram with its broken-off horns was photographed on the Grinnell Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Garden Wall is a steep alpine arete or rock spine that runs along the Continental Divide. During the summer months the meadows below the wall are heavily carpeted with many species of flowering plants and shrubs, thus giving the wall its name. This picture was taken just below Upper Grinnell Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Mounts Cannon and Oberlin are two high peaks along the Continental Divide. This view was photographed from Big Bend on the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA has been shrinking since 1850 when it was measured at 710 acres in size. In 1993 it measured 220 acres and is expected to disappear entirely by the year 2030. This picture was taken in 2014 from Upper Grinnell Lake. The glacier is at the far end of the lake and sits below the rock formation known as the Garden Wall.

The Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a North American sheep named for its large curled horns. An adult ram can weigh up to 300 lb and the horns alone can weigh up to 30 lb. This pair of young bighorn rams were photographed at the Haystack Saddle on the Highline Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Lake McDonald is 10 miles long and over a mile wide making it the largest lake in Glacier National Park. It fills a deep valley formed by erosion and glacial activity. Lake McDonald is on the west side of the Continental Divide. The Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its southern shoreline. The lake was photographed from Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Mounts Cannon and Oberlin are two high peaks along the Continental Divide. This view was photographed from Big Bend on the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Grizzly Bear (Usus Arctos horribilis), also known as the North American Brown Bear, is a large population of brown bear inhabiting North America. They are a very large bear with the male weighing from 400 - 790 pounds and the females from 290 - 400 pounds. The Lewis and Clark expedition named the bear "grisley" but probably meant grisly which means fear-inspiring or gruesome. Although grizzly bears are classified as and have the digestive system of carnivores they eat both plants and animals. They will even eat carrion left behind by other animals. They are very opportunistic feeders eating whatever they can find. Grizzly bears normally hibernate for 5-7 months each year, especially in a colder climate. This grizzly bear was photographed while foraging near Lake Sherburne in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

National Parks offer an amazing array of stunning vistas that are accessible by simply pulling off the highway into a viewpoint. Then there are the out of the way places that are not even accessible by hiking trail. This beautiful unnamed alpine pond, 10 miles from the nearest road, was found a short distance from the Iceberg Lake Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The 200 species of Castilleja are commonly known as Indian Paintbrush. These annual and perennial plants are native to the western part of the Americas from Alaska south to the Andes, northern Asia, and one species as far west as the Kola Peninsula in northwestern Russia. These plants are classified in the broomrape family. They are considered a parasitic plant which grows on the roots of grasses and forbs. The name honors the Spanish botanist Domingo Castillejo. In Northern Arizona they can be found in open meadows among the grasses they need to thrive. These Castilleja were photographed on the Hidden Lake Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The historic Lubec barn was originally built in 1926 at the Lubec Ranger Station about 7 miles south of East Glacier. In the summer of 1977, the barn was taken apart and moved as part of an historical restoration project. The disassembled barn was transported to and reassembled piece-by-piece at the Saint Mary Ranger Station in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Lake McDonald is 10 miles long and over a mile wide making it the largest lake in Glacier National Park. It fills a deep valley formed by erosion and glacial activity. Lake McDonald is on the west side of the Continental Divide. The Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its southern shoreline. The lake was photographed here at sunset from Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Garden Wall is a steep alpine ridge along the west side of the Continental Divide. During the summer months the Garden Wall is heavily covered in dozens of species of flowering plants and shrubs. The Garden Wall can be traversed via the famous Highline Trail. The Garden Wall is located in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a North American sheep named for its large curled horns. An adult ram can weigh up to 300 lb and the horns alone can weigh up to 30 lb. This young bighorn ram was photographed at the Haystack Saddle on the Highline Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Grinnell Lake is a pretty alpine lake below the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains. Its opaque turquoise appearance comes from the silt which is transported to the lake from Grinnell Glacier. Grinnell Lake is accessible via the Grinnell Glacier Trail and is located 3.2 miles from the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. This meadow of fireweed was below the Continental Divide near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. This meadow of fireweed was below the Continental Divide near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. This meadow of fireweed was below the Continental Divide near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Iceberg Lake is located in a cirque of rocky cliffs which effectively block sunlight from reaching the lake surface much of the day. As a result, winter ice that forms on the lake remains for much of the summer. The ice breaks up into chunks big enough to stand on, thus giving Iceberg Lake its name. Iceberg Lake is located in the Swiftcurrent area of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Grinnell Point at 7,604 feet above sea level is a prominent peak in the Lewis Range. It is a very popular subject for photographers. This view of Grinnell Point was taken in the fall from the Grinnell Glacier Trail. Grinnell Point is located just west of Swiftcurrent Lake across from the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Iceberg Lake is located in a cirque of rocky cliffs which effectively block sunlight from reaching the lake surface much of the day. As a result, winter ice that forms on the lake remains for much of the summer. The ice breaks up into chunks big enough to stand on, thus giving Iceberg Lake its name. Iceberg Lake is located in the Swiftcurrent area of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Iceberg Lake is located in a cirque of rocky cliffs which effectively block sunlight from reaching the lake surface much of the day. As a result, winter ice that forms on the lake remains for much of the summer. The ice breaks up into chunks big enough to stand on, thus giving Iceberg Lake its name. Iceberg Lake is located in the Swiftcurrent area of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Grinnell Point at 7,604 feet above sea level is a prominent peak in the Lewis Range. It is a very popular subject for photographers. This view of Grinnell Point was taken in the fall from the Grinnell Glacier Trail. Grinnell Point is located just west of Swiftcurrent Lake across from the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Grinnell Point at 7,604 feet above sea level is a prominent peak in the Lewis Range. It is a very popular subject for photographers. This view of Grinnell Point and Swiftcurrent Creek was taken in the fall from the Grinnell Glacier Trail. Grinnell Point is located just west of Swiftcurrent Lake across from the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Iceberg Lake is located in a cirque of rocky cliffs which effectively block sunlight from reaching the lake surface much of the day. As a result, winter ice that forms on the lake remains for much of the summer. The ice breaks up into chunks big enough to stand on, thus giving Iceberg Lake its name. Iceberg Lake is located in the Swiftcurrent area of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Iceberg Lake is located in a cirque of rocky cliffs which effectively block sunlight from reaching the lake surface much of the day. As a result, winter ice that forms on the lake remains for much of the summer. The ice breaks up into chunks big enough to stand on, thus giving Iceberg Lake its name. Iceberg Lake is located in the Swiftcurrent area of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) is a North American sheep named for its large curled horns. An adult ram can weigh up to 300 lb and the horns alone can weigh up to 30 lb. This big old ram with its broken-off horns was photographed on the Grinnell Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus), also known as the Rocky Mountain Goat, is a large-hoofed ungulate found only in North America. A subalpine to alpine species, it is a sure-footed climber commonly seen on cliffs and in meadows. This goat was photographed strolling through an alpine meadow near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

Saint Mary Lake, on the east side of the Continental Divide, is the second largest lake in Glacier National Park. This lake marks a meeting point between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains, providing some great mountain vistas from its shores. Abruptly rising from the west end of the lake are Little Chief, Gunsight and Fusillade Mountains. In the middle of the lake is tiny Wild Goose Island providing an iconic view that was featured in the opening credits of the movie “The Shining”. This scene of Saint Mary Lake and Wild Goose Island was photographed from the Wild Goose Island Overlook on the Going to the Sun Road near Babb, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Mounts Clements and Oberlin are two high peaks along the Continental Divide near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

The Continental Divide is the principal hydrological divide of the Americas. The Continental Divide extends along the Rocky Mountains and Andes, and separates the watersheds that drain into the Pacific Ocean from those that drain into the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Mount Clements is a high peak along the Continental Divide near Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

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