Of the many trails that can be found at Logan Pass, the Highline Trail is my favorite one. Starting off near the visitor's center, it travels past the magnificent mountains and the valley looking westward. That is where this photo was shot. We were very lucky that day as the there were some great clouds that had cleared, leaving some low lying ones in the center. Despite the great views that the trail offers, it crosses the valley into the more challenging section. There the trail, just wide enough for one person to pass, towers high above the valley. There is a guideline to hold onto for those afraid of heights. Fortunately, my fellow hiker, Jaki Good Miller, and I didn't have that fear. On the way back, you get a great view of Reynolds Mountain with the famed Going-to-the-Sun Road meandering below. I highly recommend this hike for anyone who visits Glacier.