High Lakes Reflection

The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from southcentral Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from south central Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
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Finding A Way

Water flows over and around rocks and fallen branches in Crazy Creek,along the Beartooth Highway. The Beartooth Highway runs between Montan and Wyomong.
Water flows over and around rocks and fallen branches in Crazy Creek,along the Beartooth Highway. The Beartooth Highway runs between Montana and Wyoming.
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Jammin’

The grill on front of a red "jammer" bus, one of the fleet of restored buses from the 1930's that ferry Glacier National Park visitors up the Going-to-the-Sun road to Logan Pass.
The grill on front of a red “jammer” bus, one of the fleet of restored buses from the 1930’s that ferry Glacier National Park visitors up the Going-to-the-Sun road to Logan Pass.
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Hidden Lake – Glacier National Park

Hidden Lake sits almost 800 feet below the lake's overlook. The trail to the overlook, which starts from the Visitor Center at Logan Pass, crosses flower-filled meadows and streams on its way up, all the while treating hikers to a breathtaking view of the surrounding peaks.
Hidden Lake sits almost 800 feet below the lake’s overlook. The trail to the overlook, which starts from the Visitor Center at Logan Pass, crosses flower-filled meadows and streams on its way up, all the while treating hikers to a breathtaking view of the surrounding peaks.
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Bugle Call

An elk sits on display in the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation visitor Center. a variety of exhibits in the Visitor Center tell the story of elk and their habitat.
An elk sits on display in the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation visitor Center. a variety of exhibits in the Visitor Center tell the story of elk and their habitat.
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Marguerite – A Carousel For Missoula

Marguerite, one of the hand-carved horses at A Carousel for Missoula waits for a rider. The carousel, which opened in 1995, was built and largely operated with volunteer labor. It is built on the frame of an antique carousel and contains numerous wooden ponies,, each one unique, along with chariots for guests to ride.
Marguerite, one of the hand-carved horses at A Carousel for Missoula waits for a rider. The carousel, which opened in 1995, was built and largely operated with volunteer labor. It is built on the frame of an antique carousel and contains numerous wooden ponies,, each one unique, along with chariots for guests to ride.
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Cherished Angel–A Carousel For Missoula

Cherished Angel, one of the hand-carved horses at A Carousel for Missoula waits for a rider. The carousel, which opened in 1995, was built and largely operated with volunteer labor. It is built on the frame of an antique carousel and contains numerous wooden ponies,, each one unique, along with chariots for guests to ride.
Cherished Angel, one of the hand-carved horses at A Carousel for Missoula waits for a rider. The carousel, which opened in 1995, was built and largely operated with volunteer labor. It is built on the frame of an antique carousel and contains numerous wooden ponies,, each one unique, along with chariots for guests to ride.
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