Google™ Map of Lunar Eclipse base point on Camas Road, Glacier National Park is in green, western border of the park is the North Fork of the Flathead River. The light gray line just above Google's Logo is the North Fork Road. The eclipse photographs that have burnt trees in them were taken on the Camas Road just east of the North Fork of the Flathead River. Note: The Browser Refresh Button brings you back to were you started. As you enlarge the map, trail names become visible. To understand this view it's best to start in Terrain which clearly shows the ridge lines of Huckleberry Mountain. If you zoom out in Terrain Mode, you can get a feeling for how isolated this spot is making it an ideal location to shoot the last total lunar eclipse of this decade. (Northern Hemisphere) The dark sky without any artificial night light, together with the burnt ridge line coming down from the summit of Huckleberry Mountain were a truly fortuitous combination. I had been up the North Fork Road the previous day to go xc skiing in Polebridge and to scope out were moonrise would be over Glacier Park. This photo of the moonrising the day before the total eclipse was taken on the North Fork Road just north of the Camas Road intersection. If you don't see a map then your using an old version of Internet Explorer. Try Firefox!