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• Climb aboard the historic vessel, DeSmet, the flagship vessel in the historic fleet that is on the National Register for Historic Vessels. Built in 1930, DeSemet takes travelers along the emerald-hued Lake McDonald while enjoying the majestic view of the Continental Divide.

• Explore the Grinnell Glacier nearby. Accessibly only by means of a rustic hiking trail, Grinnell Glacier lies at the heart of Glacier National Park. Grinnell Glacier first formed at some point during the Little Ice Age, which most geologists believe lasted from the 16th to the 19th centuries.

• Visit the Ptarmigan Tunnel. Now listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, Ptarmigan Tunnel is a hiking tunnel that was carved through the mountainside during the 1930s. It specifically connects Many Glacier to the Belly River valley.

• Travel to the Logan Pass Visitor Center high up in the Lewis Range. It provides many interpretive exhibits on the natural history of the region, as well as access to several trails that follow the Logan Pass. Logan Pass itself is the highest point of the Going-to-the Sun Road, which follows the Continental Divide.

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