Skiing first fall snow on Logan Pass in Glacier National Park

Yesterday my good friend and I Sonny headed up Logan Pass for a September 1 ski day. We have skied many of days from deep December powder to icy summer stuff. This year we were blessed with 3″ of smooth butter snow! It was a great way to ski my 46th month in a row of skiing year round within 75 miles of Whitefish. Who knows what this years La NiƱa holds…


Looking up Bird Woman Basin in Glacier National Park.


Bird Woman Falls – all 492 feet of her with a fresh coating of snow.


Logan Pass got it’s first 3″ of snow on September 1, 2011 with the famous the Going-to-the-Sun Road in the back left.


Logan Pass visitor center with 3″ of September 1, 2011 snow.


Snow covered flowers.


Fresh snow on Logan Pass water falls.


Who’s kidding who we are skiing!


Sonny getting ready to drop in.


Skiing is believing!


Sonny in the 3″ of butter.


Time to down climb.


Flowers with snow.


Paint brush on Logan Pass.

9 thoughts on “Skiing first fall snow on Logan Pass in Glacier National Park

  1. All I can say is “WOW” beautiful pictures–would love to be there to take pictures

  2. Craig – This just reminds me how lucky we are to be able to live and play in such an amazing place……September, Just gets better from here. Keep your shoulders to the fall line..

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