The Jagged Pinnacle of Mount Saint Nicholas
This precipitous, spectacular horn rising dramatically above the surrounding mountains of Glacier National Park is Mount Saint Nicholas. Located deep in the backcountry in the southwestern corner of the park.
It is a particularly steep, jagged, and sharply pointed, pinnacled peak with a distinctive profile that is visible from many places throughout the Rocky Mountains across northwestern Montana and can be easily viewed all the up to the North Fork Valley at the Canadian Border. In the background distance is the Great Northern Mountain. For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly