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From the top of the Abbott Ridge Trail facing east in Glacier National Park, this 30M pixel panorama shows several mountain ranges and individual peaks including Mt. Sir Donald at over 10,600 ft, the Illecillewaet glacier, the Rogers Pass summit, highway #1, and much much more. A fabulous hiking area that I personally found beautiful the whole way up which is rare, the Abbott Ridge trail itself is almost a 1100m elevation gain so be prepared if you want to experience these amazing British Columbia features. I’ll add this to the landscape catalog so you can see it a little larger. If you look really close on the left side you can see my wife sitting on the ridge.

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