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 GlacierThen hanglide all the way over to Lake Ellen WilsonWe 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 .126.96.36.199.0.0.36.132.4.4.0...0.0...1c.1.8fkVwh_mSb8w Clip art We used the following books: Our National Parks
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