A Week In Glacier National Park

One week is hardly enough time to explore and photograph a National Park that covers 1 million acres, is 100 years old, and has 700 miles of hiking trails. No way baby! I was bitten by the Montana bug about 15 years ago when I backpacked the neighboring Bob Marshall Wilderness in the Lewis & Clark National Forest. A visit to Glacier National Park would also complete my quest of the trio of parks in the northern Rockies, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton.

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