Photographer's Note

Early in october 2003, the aspen in Glacier National Park were in full "bloom". There was some frost in the morning, but the days were still pleasently warm.

The "Going-to-the-Sun Road" crosses the park roughly east/west, winding over to the 2025m/6646ft high Logan Pass. It was finished 1932, after 11 years of work. And that's about all the road there is inside the park, 50 miles of tarmac. This compares quite positively to 700 miles of hiking trails.

This image I took on the western side of the Logan Pass, after the road made its one but big switchback.

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