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Above Devil's Elbow on the Middle Fork on the Flathead River, Montana
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Devil's Elbow is on of the rapids that form in high water on the Middle Fork of the Flathead. To the north is Glacier National Park and to the south is West Glacier and Coram. We rafted to a sandbar and took this shot from our remote helicam in the early spring as the snow melts.

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Tags: gravityshots; aerial; glacier national park; montana; water; mountains; river; national park; spring; rafting; tourism; fishing; helicam; remote helicopter; west glacier; flathead river; middle fork; devils elbow
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