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Description:This a path taken to Running Eagle falls, one of the many waterfalls in Glacier National Park in Montana.

The Path To Running Eagle Falls by Natural Focal Point Photography

This is Running Eagle falls named after a female Native American warrior.  It is located in Glacier National Park in Montana.  It has also been called Trick Falls as in high water there is a falls over the top as well as in the middle.

This is Running Eagle falls named after a female Native American warrior. It is located in Glacier National Park in Montana. It has also been called Trick Falls as in high water there is a falls over the top as well as in the middle.

Here is a view of Going to the Sun Road from a mountain meadow filled with wildflowers in Glacier National Park in Montana.

Here is a view of Going to the Sun Road from a mountain meadow filled with wildflowers in Glacier National Park in Montana.

The hike to Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana is roughly 5 miles long up about 1200 feet in elevation from an already high 6000 feet. However, when you arrive there is a beautiful combination of mountains, pine trees, snow, ice, wildflowers, and glacier around you making it worth the trip!

The hike to Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana is roughly 5 miles long up about 1200 feet in elevation from an already high 6000 feet.

Another photo shows Yosemite National Park in its autumn colors after a light overnight snowfall. It is absolutely beautiful.

Yosemite In Fall by Natural Focal Point Photography

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