And The Winner Is...

Jan 29, 2016
Over the last two months, we asked you to submit your best photos taken in or around Glacier National Park within the categories of nature, wildlife, scenery, mountainscapes and we were blown away with the quality (and quantity!) of results. 
We received some incredible entries, from epic mountain-top views, quirky close encounters with local wildlife, families having fun by turquoise lakes, and all kinds of people enjoying our must-see destinations.
The contest results really went to show the endless, unique, and incredible adventures people find in Glacier National Park every day, and made us proud to be able to help thousands find their own unforgettable adventures every year.
Needless to say, the task of judging a winner was quite difficult. Our winning entrant received a three night getaway valued at $650 to the Denali Cabins located in Denali National Park, Alaska, as well as a Denali Backcountry Adventure for two.
Check out the winning photo and our honorable mentions below.

1st Place: Nathaniel Gonzales - Congratulations Nathaniel
"Tranquil Lake McDonald just after sunset taken near Apgar Village."
1st Runner-up: Julie Dickerson
"On top of the world - coming down the trail from behind the visitor center on Logan Pass."

2nd Runner-up: Nicholas Parker
"Upon reaching the overlook at Hidden Lake, I found it occupied by tourists. Therefore, I patiently waited my turn to view the spectacular vistas! "
Alongside the photo contest we also ran a staff contest open to all 2015 employees who shared with us their awesome experiences living and working are Glacier National Park. Check out our Careers page to find out what memorable experiences await you.
1st Place: Sean Doyle
"Ipasha Glacier, Upper and Lower Ipasha Lake, beautiful Margaret Lake and Mokowanis Lake in the foreground, Mt. Cleveland in the back right."

2nd Place: Xenja Poljakowa
"Views over Blackfoot and Jackson Glaciers from Almost-A-Dog pass"

Visit the contest page for high resolution versions of these photos.
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