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West Glacier entrance to Glacier National Park, Montana
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The entrance to the west side of Glacier National Park goes through West Glacier, Montana and over the Middle Fork of the Flathead River. This is also the starting point for the Going to the Sun Road

Copyright: Jeff Scholl
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Tags: river; bridge; aerial; glacier national park; flathead river; helicam; montana; national parks
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