Today’s photos are shared by my nephew and his wife, James and Heather. They celebrated their 10th Anniversary with a trip out west to Glacier National Park in Montana’s Rocky Mountains. Glacier National Park is a 1,583-sq.-mi. wilderness area with glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border. It’s crossed by the mountainous Going-to-the-Sun Road. Among more than 700 miles of hiking trails, it has a route to photogenic Hidden Lake. Other activities include backpacking, cycling and camping. Diverse wildlife ranges from mountain goats to grizzly bears
I don’t usually share photos of people, but I love this photo of James.
Let’s take a tour with their beautiful photos. So many amazing views to enjoy!
There are woods, lakes, trails, and wildlife.
So many beautiful captures of the sky in the wilderness.
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29 thoughts to “Visit to Glacier National Park, Montana”
This is an area of the country I have no desire to visit but I have to admit, the views are absolutely spectacular and so are the photos!
…WOW, what a place to visit.
What a wonderful trip and the views are stunning!!
I know – I’m love taking trips vicariously
Oh wow! These photos are just breathtaking!! I was debating about visiting Glacier National Park because I know that the glaciers are all melting at an alarming rate and you have to hike really, really far to see any actual glacier and I was left wondering what else would be worth going there for but now I know. What a beautiful park.
This is a National Park I’ve never seen but would love to visit. The photo of the bighorn sheep is outstanding!!
James and Heather are talented photographers. Thank you for sharing them with us.
Carol, your photos are stunning! Wow what a trip. I appreciated you sharing. Blessings.
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Happy Anniversary to both of them and so wonderful that they spent the time at such an enchanting place. Beautiful photos.
Congratulations to them. They took beautiful photos. What a fabulous trip. I hope to be able to see this park someday.
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I am awed. These photographs remind me of how small humans really are compared to the world that exists after we die. What a fabulous trip. Memories are being made.
This place is so beautiful & amazing Carol. The only thing, I would not be able to walk where that man is. I’d be unable to walk to where he’s at.
Me too Paul – I no longer go for long walks, hike, or go to parks. I can’t handle the walking. I live vicariously through pictures.
wonderful images, wonderful scenery.
Not going to tell how many years ago I was there. The goats on the rocky cliffs. The mountains, the overwhelming beauty. And the flat landscape getting there! Thank you for the tour and memories.
Bellas foto . Me gustaria conocer el lugar. Te mando un beso.
Carol – this is my “backyard” – I recognize many of these places. So happy that Heather and James had the opportunity to visit Glacier while it still has glaciers! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!
What a gorgeous place and they took great photos! WOW!
My nephew always takes such beautiful photos and allows me to share them happily.
Stunning! What a magnificent place.
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What lovely photos such an atmospheric place the views are amazing
Have a mountainoustastic week 👍
Gorgeous shots. Have a good week.
I hope your week if fabulous Gillena!
Thanks to your nephew and his wife, James and Heather. This wilderness area is a little paradise.
Have a good week.
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Absolutely amazing views! Great captures by you r nephew. Wishing them many more years of togetherness!
Wow what an amazing trip
Wow… what an incredible trip! Your photos are all absolutely stunning, too! I just love all of the wildlife you spotted!