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Icebergs in Montana in July

I thought I share some photos from Leigh Lake in the Cabinet Mountains of NW Montana.

I live in North Idaho.  Five of us camped a couple miles from the trail head the night before and packed in small rafts the next day.  The trail is only about 1 1/2 miles in but it is a fairly rough hike up.

The ice is actual icebergs from hardened snow pack from the steep sides sliding down and calving off into the lake.

It was July 13, temperature about 90 degrees F.  Things were melting quickly.

I don’t know how many waterfalls there were and many were over 1000 feet high.  The day was absolutely awesome.  This is only a small sample of pictures I took.  I couldn’t stop taking pictures.

By the way, the guy in the grey raft is 80 years old.


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