The Glacier National Park is situated in the U.S. state of Montana, bordering the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The park includes parts of three mountain Ranges (Clark Range, Lewis Range and Livingston Range) and is listing more then 150 named peaks above 2'400 metres. The park covers an area of 4'101 square kilometres. It borders to the Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada.
The Glacier National Park in Montana is not to be confused with the Glacier National Park in Canada of the same name.
Sinopah mountain & Two Medicine Lake.
Sinopah Mountain 2'521 m rises above the western end of the Two Medicine Lake in the Glacier National Park.
Maldives 2002, Mt. Clements 2'670 m.
The Mount Clemens is part of the Lewis Range and situated in the west of the Logan Pass.
The stamp was issued in the series "International Year of Mountains".
USA 2002, Greetings from Montana.
The stamps were issued in the series "Greetings".
The retro design of this stamp resembles the large letter postcards that were popular with tourists in the 1930's and 1940's.
The USPS Postal Bulletin reads that the image of the mountains is based on photo that, according to the licensing agreement, is of the Rocky Mountains in Glacier National Park.
Viewpoint and names of the summits are not known up till now (contact).
Antigua & Barbuda 2006
View across Swiftcurrent lake towards Ptarmigan Wall and Mt. Henkel.
USA 2012, Glacier National Park.
The foreground looks like the alpine meadows at Logan Pass. However, the peaks in the background are not peaks that you can see that close from Logan Pass. The photo looks like it must be an artists rendition and a compilation of several places, put together. The Stoney Indian Peaks are the sharp peaks located on the right side of the stamp.
Marshall Islands 2016, Glacier National Park.
The stamp was issued in the series "National Park Service’s Centennial".