A Winter View into Glacier National Park

My best friend Jerry H. and I took our annual early spring drive up the North Fork to Polebridge and beyond. ( One never knows where they’ll end up… further up the outside road or going into the park at Polebridge Ranger Station.) The views in early spring are just amazingly beautiful, with a multitude of color for the eyes to absorb. From the varying shades of the trees, to the shadows on the mountains and in the snow-capped peaks, the view is always a memorable thing to behold.

This photo was taken along the North Fork road, just about straight across from Logging Creek. Photography is one of my many hobbies and I have TONS of photos of everything you might find in the beautiful Flathead Valley, in Northwest Montana.

Photographer Name: Dale Cordell
Date: January 01, 1970
Location: Along the North Fork of the Flathead River, looking East into Glacier National Park.

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