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Op-Ed: Gateway to Glacier National Park begins at Hungry Horse dam
Hungry Horse - A rare summer day in springtime provided an early opportunity to snap an area of NW Montana considered one of the gateways to Glacier National Park, Hungry Horse dam.
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Water cascading over the spillway rim drops a maximum distance of 490 feet.
The outlet tubes release water from the reservoir into the South Fork of the Flathead River.
Water from the reservoir spills into the South Fork of the Flathead River.
Siyeh limestone in regular beds range from a few inches to several feet thick and are made highly insoluble by impurities.
Looking down the dam is a disorientating experience.
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