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Photo #804 – 01.27.11

Mount Clements, Glacier National Park

Rising up along the Continental Divide here in Glacier National Park, Mount Clements is a pretty cool looking mountain.  Just like its nearby neighbor, Reynolds Mountain {photo #603}, this glacial horn was shaped by multiple glaciers in the past to give it some pretty steep cliff faces.  It is accessible from the visitor’s center at Logan Pass, and you can see a number of people hiking toward it (including a line of tiny dots in the distant snow as people climb up toward the mountain…there are some spectacular views on the other side of this ridge, so that is where most of the people are going).  It might seem a little weird that people are wearing shorts and there is a bunch of snow on the ground…but it was mid-July and fairly hot out!


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