Reynolds Mountain is one of the more easily identifiable mountains in
Glacier National Park. It's triangular shape and the fact that it sits
all by itself at Logan Pass makes it noticeable and easy to identify.
This picture was taken just to the east of Logan Pass, looking back up
the Going to the Sun Road, towards Logan Pass (if that makes any sense).
Logan Pass itself is situated just above the sharp dropoff you see to
Photo Date : June 3rd, 2003
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