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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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Looking down the dam is a disorientating experience.
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.
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.
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