This scene of the meadows at Logan Pass with Reynolds Mountain (9125 ft.) towering in the background is one of the most iconic views in the park. The sub-alpine vegetation at Logan Pass is spectacular, but fragile. In the winter, conditions at this elevation are brutal however the meadows are covered in a thick blanket of snow. This snow helps to insulate the plants and animals that live here. Some animals, like ground squirrels and marmots, hibernate throughout the winter, while others, like the pika, are active year-round.