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.