National Geographic : 1930 Feb
to this great Who can describe a mountain? You may talk of lofty crags pushing the clouds aside ten thousand feet up, but language falters at the spectacle. Come and see them, you city-dwellers. See your vaunted towers and your street canyons pale into insignificance beside these sky tearing mountains that stand silent and peaceful high above the lifted fingers of evergreen pine forests. Vacationland Exult at the sublime panorama of glacier carved peaks in Glacier Park and the Waterton Lakes district across the bor der in Canada. Pause in rapt awe at Mount Rainier's tremendous slopes; at the snow-wrapt shoulders of Mount Baker, eternally watching over Puget Sound. Ride, hike, fish, play golf, in the very shadow of these great friendly mountains . . know life as you've never lived it! 9ie ew Great Northern trains-the new S1 U I D Empire Builder and the luxurious Oriental Limited bear you in super lative comfort to these wonderlands of iii] g the great Northwest. Booklets and %'e 4uxuriou$ information from your local ticket office, or write direct to Great North ORIENTAL IMITED ern travel headquarters at Saint Paul.