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Aerial above Gentry River Ranch in Columbia Falls, Montana
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Aerial of Gentry River Ranch – Montana.  The riverside location on the bank of the Flathead River just south of Columbia Falls provides quick and easy access to Glacier National Park and Glacier Park International Airport. Fishing right outside your backdoor!  Set against a backdrop of the Whitefish, Swan and Mission Mountain Ranges and the spectacular peaks of Glacier National Park, Gentry River Ranch is a great jumping off point to memorable Montana!

Copyright: Jeff scholl
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Загружена: 26/07/2010
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Tags: gravityshots; aerial; columbia falls; montana; water; mountains; river; flathead river; drift boat; horses; ranch; summer; rafting; tourism; fishing; helicam; remote helicopter; west glacier
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