No matter rain or shine, Glacier National Park is spectacularly beautiful year round. With the abundant snow and rainfall this year, Glacier was teeming with waterfalls and streams. These are all run-off falls easily visible along the Going-to-the-Sun highway.
Driving up the brutally steep Going-to-the-Sun highway, this is the first waterfall that’s encountered. I’ve shown it from a distance and then closer up. When trying to find the name of this waterfall on the Glacier contour map, it technically is a rushing stream which goes through a bridge under the road and gushes thousands of feet below. I set think it looks as if it’s a waterfall and so does Q!