Logan Pass in Glacier National Park is a truly special place and a gem of the U.S. National Park system. It is for this reason it is one of the most popular locations to visit in Glacier National Park. Adding to the allure is a very short season that the pass is open. At an altitude of 6646 feet (2026 m) it is often one of the last portions of the park to open. In fact this year the Road to the Sun, the road leading to Logan Pass, opened on July 13th… the latest the road has ever opened to date. As you’d imagine it was well worth the wait. Photographed just last week (see below) is Clements Mountain, a small waterfall and colorful wildflowers.
I’ve been back 3 days and I already can’t wait to return to Logan Pass at the soonest opportunity.
Canon 5D Mark II, Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L III (via BorrowLenses, 1/320 sec, f/16 at ISO 320
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