A natural waterway across the Great Divide

By | April 3, 2015

The Hungry Horse News reports that many visitors to Glacier National Park are familiar with Triple Divide Peak, on the Continental Divide west of the Cutbank Campground. Three creeks that begin atop the 7,397-foot high peak include Atlantic Creek, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, and Pacific Creek, which flows to the Pacific Ocean by way of the Flathead and Columbia rivers. Read the full story here.


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