This Labor Day Weekend we spent a few days hiking our local area in northwestern Montana.
The first two shots were taken while hiking the Bond Creek Trail in the Swan Valley. Can you tell from the shot of Koda that the trail was a bit muddy in places? :)
The rest of the photos were taken in Glacier National Park, at Lake McDonald, on the Going to the Sun Road and while hiking the Hidden Lake Trail from Logan Pass.
Just double click on any of the thumbnails to see an enlarged photo and to comment.
I hope you too took some time to enjoy the beauty of Nature this weekend.
We’re grateful to be able to live in such a spectacular area, and we’re delighted to share the beauty of Montana with you. Enjoy!
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Awesome photos Gail & Darryl 🙂 just Awesome
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Wow, the pictures are great! Makes me want to crawl in the picture and be there too. Thanks for sharing!
There’s no such thing as too many beautiful photographs from Glacier. These are great: I recognize some of the views fronm long-ago hikes there.