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Glacier Landscapes Notecard Collection


Original watercolors of Glaciers natural wonders.  Set of 12.

Product Description

This set of 12 hand-illustrated notecards includes 4 different wildlife images, 3 of each. Notecards are 5″x7″ and include a white envelope. The Glacier Landscapes notecard collection features:

  • Grinell Lake & Glacier
  • Lake McDonald
  • St. Mary Lake
  • Swiftcurrent Lake

Text on the back of the notecards is as follows:

“Grinell Lake & Glacier”
This area of the park is named for George Bird Grinnell, an early American conservationist and explorer, who advocated strongly over two decades for the creation of Glacier National Park. These awe-inspiring iconic landmarks are located in Many Glacier Valley along one of the most scenic and popular hikes in the park and provide perhaps the most glaring example of the retreating glaciers over the last century.

“Lake McDonald”
Lake McDonald is the hub of activity on the west side of Glacier National Park. Ten miles long and nearly 500 feet deep, Lake McDonald is the largest lake in the park.  Carved by powerful glaciers, the broad u-shaped valley that Lake McDonald sits in is renowned for its stunning scenery in every direction, crystal clear water and abundant recreational opportunities.

“St. Mary Lake”
Located on the east side of the Continental Divide within Glacier National Park, St. Mary Lake is the park’s 2nd largest lake spanning almost 10 miles in length, 4,000 acres in surface area and a maximum depth of approximately 300 feet. Traveling in either direction along the Going-to-the Sun-Road as it parallels the lake’s north shore, one gets a powerful sense of the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains coming together.

“Swiftcurrent Lake”
Found in the Many Glacier region of Glacier National Park, Swiftcurrent Lake is home to the world-renowned Many Glacier Hotel and provides a popular gateway for extensive backcountry and other recreational opportunities. Glacier Park Boat Company tours, abundant wildlife, a myriad of hiking trails, steep rock formations lakeside and stunning glacier-studded scenery make this one of the most memorable visits to Glacier.

All images are from original watercolors, pen and ink illustrations or oil paintings from artist and Xplorer Maps co-founder, Chris Robitaille. See more of Chris’ work at WWW.ROBITAILLEPAINTINGS.COM.


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