Montana & Alberta
July 1992
Lake McDonald, on the western side of Glacier National Park.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from the western side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Waterfall along the trail to Lake Otokomi.
Still morning on Lake Otokomi. Even in July, there are patches of snow.
Still morning on Lake Otokomi.
Still morning on Lake Otokomi.
Me, hauling a full backpack on the trail to Red Eagle Lake.
My brother crossing a stream on the trail to Red Eagle Lake.
Red Eagle Lake.
Pumping water from Red Eagle Lake.
View from Granite Park Chalet.
The Garden Wall, near the summit of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Hidden Lake Trail.
View from Hidden Lake Trail.
Hidden Lake.
Hidden Lake.
On the shore of Hidden Lake.
View from the eastern side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Classic tour buses on the eastern side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Mountain goat.
Waterfall along the eastern side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
St. Mary Lake and Goat Island.
Chief Mountain, seen from the road between Glacier NP in Montana and Waterton Lakes NP in Alberta.
The Prince of Wales Hotel on a promontory between Upper and Middle Waterton Lakes.
View from a campground just outside Waterton Lakes NP.
Cameron Falls.
The Cameron River flows into Upper Waterton Lake.
Upper Waterton Lake. One of my campsites was on this peninsula.
Upper Waterton Lake.
Upper Waterton Lake.
My campsite on Upper Waterton Lake.
Mule deer.
While there are grizzly bears around, the real danger to your camp food comes from Columbia ground squirrels.
Cameron Lake.
Summit Lake and Chapman Peak, along the Carthew-Alderson Trail.
Custer Peak above Summit Lake.
The scree-covered slope leading to the summit of the Carthew-Alderson Trail.
View of North Lakes from the summit of the Carthew-Alderson Trail, flanked by Chapman and Custer Peaks.
The descent to Carthew Lakes, another solitary hiker in the lower left foreground.
A gull-shaped patch of snow above Lower Carthew Lake, with a few hikers doing some impromptu sledding.
Alderson Lake, surrounded by scree-covered slopes.