Waterton national park in alberta canada, the stones make it stunning
picture perfected by @everythingeverywhere
fact check:waterton lakes national park is a 195 square mile park located in alberta, canada, in the southwest region of the province bordering montana's glacier national park in the united states. the park was established in 1895, making it the fourth national park in the country. it was named after waterton lake which was named after charles waterton - an english conservationist and naturalist.
You don’t, of course, need to be a climber to appreciate peaks like this in the alaska range. a land of a hundred glaciers, thousands of lakes and rivers, a place that can feel desolate, magnificent, and overwhelming all at the same time. i hope everyone who sees this will someday have the chance to travel to this special place. #hellofrom, alaska