This image above is a curved semi-panoramic image covering the Swan Range on the far left, the Flathead Range in the left-middle, and the Lewis Range with Glacier National Park on the right side. The Valley in the middle of the image is the Theodore Rosevelt Pass in the John F. Stevens Canyon containing the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.
To review the full-size panoramic photo please go here and use the scrollbars to navigate around the image. To view the location key for this image please select the arrow icon on the left side of the image.
The Crown of the Continent encompasses more than 10-million acres of pristine, intact wildland. What is remarkable is that the plants and animals that Lewis and Clark found during their expedition still live in this beautiful wild ecosystem. It is a quintessential habitat for wildlife across Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness, and the Salmon-Selway Wilderness.