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Montana boasts no shortage of stunning vistas, but those contained within this 1,013,572-acre haven might be the most impressive. The dramatic scenery in Glacier National Park fluctuates between lush evergreen forests, alpine meadows, broad valleys and craggy mountaintops etched by the dense ice formations for which the park is named. Hundreds of crystalline lakes, ponds and rivers formed by snowmelt also abound. The largest body of water, Lake McDonald, draws a majority of horseback riders and hikers, but the less frequented Two Medicine Lake offers a rare slice of wild splendour to those who make the trek.