This is a panoramic view of the scene you see at the end of the Grinnell
Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park. Seen here is the Grinnell Glacier
(the ice sheet in the left of the picture), the ice flows that develop
when ice breaks off from the lake, and Upper Grinnell Lake itself (the
milky white water to the right). The long, thin snowfield on the mountain
is called Salamander Glacier, which use to be connected to the Grinnell
Glacier. The mountains are all part of the Continental Divide.
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