Photo #918 – 05.21.11
Continental Divide at Logan Pass
Logan Pass is a pretty popular destination in Glacier National Park since it is the highest elevation along the main Going-To-The-Sun Road in the park (just above 6600 feet), has a great visitor center, and is also a great place to start a variety of hikes. The views from the Pass are outstanding, and this view looking north shows the continuation of the Continental Divide along the Garden Wall ridge line. Mt. Gould is the highest summit along the Garden Wall at over 9500 feet, and is the highest point along the long, steep section right of center. Also obvious in this photo is the rest of the Going-To-The-Sun Road that cuts through the landscape as it winds its way up to Logan Pass.