Crossing over Red Gap Pass (7,520′) in July, a few days before reaching the Continental Divide, we battled a snowstorm – one of the most memorable parts of the Glacier National Park hike, for sure. Dressed in layers, and warm from the climb, it was enjoyable. Only the nearby thunder made us uneasy, produced as the storm front squeezed against the mountain range.
Normally, I focus on photography, but I do record some video during adventures. Over the past few weeks, I assembled a few short clips from prior trips (Glacier, Little Colorado) and have enjoyed the work.