I would have to say it was when I was in Glacier at the beginning of June; there was still TONS of snow and the hike we had planned on wasn’t recommended because of all the snow (the park ranger actually looked at us like we were idiots when she asked what hike we were going to do!). But we had flown from Arizona and decided we’d be careful but go anyway! Well, a few miles into the hike we had to cross this part that was completely covered in snow with a steep 45-degree angle going straight down into a half frozen lake! Did I mention it was also raining/misting? We should’ve turned around but had planned on going so much farther, so we decided to continue on, and half way through I started slipping and fell down about 15 feet (luckily there was another 15-20 feet to the edge!) My friend came down and helped me back up and luckily held on to me the rest of the way! We finally got to where there were mini waterfalls EVERYWHERE falling off all the cliffs because of all the rain and snow melting; it was breathtaking!