The Highline Trail in Glacier National Park goes over a number of small
creeks and streams. While these creeks and streams can be "dry" or
nearly dry later in the summer, earlier in the summer while there is
still some snow in the higher elevations, these creeks can really road.
And, because the Continental Divide is so steep in this section, a number
of waterfalls exist - in typical "stair case" fashion that
is so common in Glacier National Park. This is just one of the many type
falls that you will see on a hike along the trail.
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