Going to the Sun
The road into Montana’s Glacier National Park winds through towering spruce, cedar, and lodgepole pines and follows the shores of Lake McDonald like a child led by curiosity.
From the Ashes
Mark Smith is a second-generation mountain man. Raised on an alpine resort, tucked high within Washington state’s Cascade mountain range, Smith is the progeny of parents who loved the land.
A Pebble in the Water
In black-spruce country better suited to goshawks and grizzlies, Dick Proenneke constructed a cabin that symbolizes the majesty, abundance, and solitude of Lake Clark National Park & Preserve, a 4-million-acre outback just 90 miles southwest of Anchorage.