This photograph was taken on the "shores" of Upper Grinnell
Lake, which is the terminus of the Grinnell Glacier Trail. The area around
the Grinnell Glacier has all sorts of strange rock formations. This is
due to the actions of the Glacier itself. Not too long ago, much of the
exposed area that is around Grinnell Glacier today was under ice. The
melting, or retreat, of the Grinnell Glacier has exposed this rock. As
such, it makes for an interesting sight to see how the movement of the
Grinnell Glacier in the past effected the rocks.
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