montana

I hear Montana is Big Sky country.


Now, I’ve only been there twice – last May and last week – and both were work-related trips with limited time to explore. But I am grateful that on the latest of these, we stayed in the Flathead National Forest for two nights and actually experienced the resources in both the national forest and Glacier National Park.

These are some photos from last Wednesday, Thursday, and the drive out on Friday…

GLAC sign
::Glacier National Park Entrance in Polebridge, Montana::

Ryan in Glacier
::Looking into Glacier NP along the Flathead River, Flathead National Forest, Montana::

Ranger Cabin on the Lake
::Kintla Lake Cabin, Glacier National Park::

Peak in Glacier
::Views along the trail to Kintla Lake, Glacier National Park::

Kintla Lake
::Kintla Lake & a view into Canada, Glacier National Park::

Kintla Lake (black and white)
::Lakeside Reflections, Glacier National Park::

River Cross
::Crossing the Middle Fork of the Flathead River::

Wurtz Cabin sign
::Wurtz Homestead, Flathead National Forest::

Wurtz Cabin
::Wurtz Cabin, Flathead National Forest::

One thought on “montana”

  1. Wow, this is so cool. I have friends who live there…it’s probably time to reconnect. Because I want to see them. It has nothing to do with wanting to go hiking. It’s totally about them. Ahem.

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