Glacier plows claw through final stretches toward pass

By | May 12, 2015

The Daily Inter Lake reports that heavy snow was falling less than half a mile from Glacier National Park’s Logan Pass on Monday while the west-side plowing crew continued pushing east through snow as deep as 15 to 20 feet. Meanwhile, east-side crews are past Lunch Creek and approaching the Big Drift, which sits to the east of Logan Pass and averages about 70 feet of snow. Read the full story here.


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