a photoblog of God's handiwork.

Rugged Majesty; From Trough to Arête

We recently spent a little time wandering through Glacier National Park, in northwest Montana. It was my first trip across the Going-to-the-Sun road, and the scenery certainly lived up to my anticipation. The topography of this unique part of the Rocky Mountains is a concentrated mix of jagged peaks (arêtes) and glacial troughs. This past winter didn’t bring a tremendous amount of snow to Glacier, but the remaining snow was melting rapidly at the time of our visit, making for a multitude of rivulets and waterfalls across the landscape. This short slideshow will give you a brief glimpse of the hand of God at work.

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5 responses

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  2. Beautiful scenery, Ken. We’ve been through Glacier several times, both hiking and driving and are in awe every time we go. It is truly a testimony to God’s handiwork and His creation. So sorry we were not home for a visit from 2 of my favorite people. Please try again???? We love both you and Alesia, AND our two beautiful girls. Evelyn

    July 7, 2013 at 10:19 pm

    • Thanks, Evelyn. It truly is a wonderful place! We are looking forward to making another trip west, this time to see the Holbrooks, not Glacier! Might help to let you know we are coming next time :). Maybe towards the end of summer?

      July 7, 2013 at 11:15 pm

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