In September 2004 I was living in West Glacier, Montana and invited a group of college buddies out to meet up for our semi-annual backpacking trip. On this go-round we opted for the exceptional Boulder Pass loop in the northwest corner of Glacier National Park.
Eric, Mark, Mike and I acquired permits for Bowman Lake, Hole-in-the-Wall, Boulder Pass and Kintla Lake in the North Fork region of the park for the opportunity to show some flatlanders just why that part of the country is called the Crown of the Continent presented itself excellently.
Below are a sampling of the photos from the trip. The full gallery can be viewed here.