Running Eagle Falls (also know as Trick Falls) is a double waterfall resulting from two different water sources in Glacier National Park. The falls form where the two water sources converge. The 40 foot upper falls cascades over the 20 foot lower falls in the late spring during the snow melt.
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From Glacier National Park