At the north border of the US Glacier National Park is a place where you can truly feel the peacefulness and immensity of nature.
It has stolen our heart with its high snowcapped peaks, incredibly clear, blue and greenish blue glacial lakes, hidden waterfalls… And with its wildflowers!
There’s only a couple of months throughout the year when you could hike in Glacier and July is the highlight of that short period. That time there’s still melting snow at higher elevations and the park is full of waterfalls feeding from snowmelt.
It’s also the time of wildflower bloom which is a magically colorful event. Wherever you go you see this parade of colors everywhere – and some curious marmots in addition. 🙂
So here’s a taste of July in Glacier – hope you enjoy…
… radiant yellows:
… fiery reds:
… innocent whites:
… peaceful purples:
… cheerful pinks:
… and the mixture of all:
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