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Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
Glacier national park 3 carson andrew sarah
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  • 1. GLACIER NATIONAL PARKBy: Sarah-Ann M, Carson B, and Andrew L
  • 2. HISTORY 1895 Canada first made Waterton Lake a national park. 1910 U.S. Congress created Glacier National Park 1932 Canada and the United States created the world’s first international park. It’s known as a peace park in honor of the two countries long friendship.
  • 3.  Wolves White-tailed Ptarmigan Golden Eagles Silver-tipped bears and black bears Buffalo Fish Big horn sheep Moose
  • 4. FLORA 200-year-old trees Wildflowers Forests Spruce Fir and pine Prairie grasslands Mountain Forestlands 900 types of wildflower
  • 5.  Pacific Ocean Hudson Bay Ancient Glaciers Rolling Plains Forest Valleys Waterfalls 762 lakes Glaciers Rocky Mountains Rivers`
  • 6. Entering Glacier National Park There are many entrances to Glacier National Park We are going to use the Camas Creek entrance We are using this entrance because it’s close to our first destination. Also it has scenic highways on the route to Lake McDonald our first stop.
  • 7. Lake McDonald
  • 8. Traveling to Sper r yGlacier  We took a helicopter to our next stop  You could see the forests whip past as we made our way to Sperry Glacier
  • 9.  The elevation of Sperry Glacier is 8800 meters We are staying at Sperry Glacier for three days The first thing we’ll do is go snow boarding and cross country skiing on the snowy and icy Sperry Glacier We’ll put on our snow shoes and walk half way around Sperry Glacier As we move around Sperry Glacier we will see wolves, maybe a marmot
  • 10. OUR WAY TO LAKE ELLENWILSON We will get to the highest, coldest point of Sperry GlacierThen hanglide all the way over to Lake Ellen WilsonWe will have an exceptional view of the lake from above
  • 11. LAKE ELLEN WILSON The elevation of Lake Ellen Wilson is 5929 feet We will stay for two days at Lake Ellen Willson campsite We will go horseback riding on one of the many trails that go around the lake We go fishing and swimming We will see fish, deer, and wild flowers
  • 12. TRANSPORTATION TOSTOP 4 Bike We will see many grasslands and forests on the way there Also we will see moose and big horn sheep
  • 13.  The elevation of Gunsight Pass is 6946 feet We will stay be in the Gunsight Pass for three days. We will see the Gunsight Mountain on the way there Also we will climb up and down the mountain Horse back ride at the end of theGunsight Pass
  • 14.  We used the following websites: https://email.otsegops.org/exchweb/bin/redir.asp? URL=http://www.natgeomaps.com/ti_313_zoomify.html? zoomifyImagePath=assets/files/zoomify/ti00000313/ti00000313_2_img %26zoomifyNavigatorVisible=false https://email.otsegops.org/exchweb/bin/redir.asp? URL=http://www.glacierhikers.com/wildlife.html http://www.google.com/search? hl=en&tbo=d&biw=1280&bih=929&site=imghp&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=old+glacier+nat ional+park&oq=old+glacier+national+park&gs_l=img.3..0i24.214283.215174.0.216236 .4.4.0.0.0.0.36.132.4.4.0...0.0...1c.1.8fkVwh_mSb8w Clip art We used the following books: Our National Parks
  • 15. Pictures
  • 16. The End!HOPE YOU ENJOYED OUR GLACIER NATIONAL PARK ADENTURE TOUR!  Big thanks to: Mr. Breedlove Mrs. Moran Mrs. Rannow and substitute Mr. T

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