June 21, 2006
Montana - West Glacier to Logan Pass

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West Glacier :: Drive Around the Park :: Saint Mary/Logan Pass

West Glacier to St. Mary and Logan Pass:
100 miles one way. Our original plan was to take the Going-to-the-Sun Road across the park to St. Mary and then head back to Kalispell via the perimeter road. The rock slide west of Logan Pass changed our plans.

A beautiful day, clear blue skies and scenery that makes sit back in wonder. All this added up to a blissful day traveling the highway. Most interesting was when we hit the summit coming from the east side and we had the glacier views on one side of the truck and the vast rolling hills of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation that went on for hundreds of miles on the other side.

from goNorthwest.com: The Blackfeet Reservation is located in Northwest Montana, just east of Glacier National Park. The 1.5-million acre reservation includes most of Glacier County and is home to about 7,500 members of the Blackfeet Nation, or about half of the total enrollment of some 14,700 members.

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