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Glacier National Park Montana ATTENTION GETTER Picture this You are camped out about 700 or so in a valley by a large lake A mirrored image of the snow peaked mountains lay still in the ice cold water The cool glacier air opens up your lungs as you inhale the moist air The sun starts to set around 900 an a feeling of aloneness and uncertainty surrounds you The sound of silence soon gives way to coyotes owls and other animals in the area that start to haunt you Although it is night time the sky is still present and The ceiling of the park is enormous and remind us of how small we really are OPENING Glacier National Park is located in the northwest corner on Montana The park consists of over 1600 miles of natural beauty 1600 miles can get you to Florida back The Park contains over 250 lakes over 50 glaciers over 1100 native wildlife flowers and is home to over 50 different species of animals Glacier National Park is incredible because of its natural beauty its isolation from the world and its uniqueness BODY 1Upon entering the park perhaps the first thing noticed is the sky When you look up and see the sky the thing you notice most is the size You will see the whole sky in comparison to around here where you see only parts of the sky The different colors in the sky provide you with constant scenery The area is appropriately nickname BIG SKY COUNTRY If you choose to drive through the park you will drive on the appropriately name GOING TO THE SUN ROAD This is a 50 mile winding road that provides you various scenery such as Sperry glacier the 2nd largest glacier in the park This road is considered one of the worlds great scenic drives It crosses the continental divide at Logan pass the roads most impressive point
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