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Glacier National Park 

photo by Cathrine L. Walters
Less than a mile from the Canadian border and six miles from the trailhead, the Belly River Ranger Station is the only ranger station in the park that cannot be accessed by road. A recently constructed log fence provides pasture for horses, even though elk are more often seen grazing inside.
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Glacier National Park
photo by Cathrine L. Walters
Less than a mile from the Canadian border and six miles from the trailhead, the Belly River Ranger Station is the only ranger station in the park that cannot be accessed by road. A recently constructed log fence provides pasture for horses, even though elk are more often seen grazing inside.
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