Highup Lakes - Beaverhead Mtns

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Comments (13)

Arturo García on June 13, 2007

Hello companion, Eve:

Thank you for your information and for sending myself to the image that clarifies the topic definitively and that I had not seen, Really I could not have passed from the first sent page.

I continue my slowly to walk along your photos and have stopped to rest on this idyllic lake, the place is wonderful, the photo is beautiful and your sensibility to catch it captivation is admirable. Everything might diminish to magnificent work, Eve.

I have been observing long time and have not managed to find to the beaver, suppose that it will be hidden in the lake doing its dikes. Do you have managed to see it or it as the hairpin of the first lake?

Regards from the city of "Los Cármenes", Arturo.

walkaboutwest on June 14, 2007

Arturo, thank you for your question. I backpacked here with my husband in 2005. This lake is in a small, high, cirque, which was glacially carved. It is too high and cold for beaver (2830m), and there is nothing for them to eat. Beaver like to live on rivers and streams with much flowing water and plants such as shrubs and trees to eat.

Irina Stenina on September 29, 2007

Hello, Nice photo and such a beautiful lake. I have visited mountains too not long ago (only considerably below, than 2830m :) ). And this my photo the mountain river

marita1004 on April 2, 2008

Beautiful natur .

bcapreston on July 9, 2008

we are going to be staying at the bloody dick cabin this summer. Have you been there? What is the area like for hiking, fishing etc.? Thanks!

Michele Cassani on February 3, 2009

Very nice photo Eve!!

my compliments



Michele Cassani on February 3, 2009

I was forgetting: YS!!


Andrea Riberti on February 21, 2009

Great shot. Wonderful place. Lost into the Wild. There is a curious thing I would like to know. In fact the tag of those pictures is "Alpine Lakes". Do you call them like this in english? Why not "Rockys Lakes" or something like this? In fact, if someone would like to know about "Alpine Lakes" shown on Panoramio, he will look lakes in the Alps and in Montana. Curious. And funny. Oh, sorry for my english!

tommyj on March 2, 2009

I love Montana, and your pictures are very beautiful! Greetings from South Africa

Mustafa çaylak on July 28, 2009

hello... çok nefis... (TÜRKEİ)

abdullah aktaş on August 6, 2009

hello eve ın photo harika TÜRKİYEDEN sl.

LLANADAY on June 9, 2010

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Randy T (Randylikest… on August 1, 2010


Another wonderful photo!


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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 13, 2007
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    by walkaboutwest
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix F440
    • Taken on 2005/08/28 15:25:23
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/850)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash