The embodiment of what it means to be fierce and wild. In the late 2000s, a wolverine named M3 decided he’d like to leave Glacier National Park and head to Canada. Only there was a problem: Mt. Cleveland, at 10,446 feet and the tallest peak in Glacier, was in the way. Except it wasn’t a problem, you see, because wolverines don’t have problems. Instead of going around, M3 just stayed course, ascended the south face of Mount Cleveland, summited, and kept on going to Canada.
He ascended 4,900 feet in 90 minutes.
If you haven’t had a chance, I highly recommend reading The Wolverine Way, by Douglas Chadwick - you will be inspired by this animal and the places it lives. Who needs superheroes when you have wolverines?
Archival prints are printed by Bay Photo in Scotts Valley, California on Entrada Bright Rag fine art paper. Signed.
Standout mounts are printed by Bay Photo in Scotts Valley, California, then packaged by the artist in Miles City, Montana. These prints are mounted on a 3/4" deep black foam-board backing and give the print a clean, contemporary look. Signature is printed to prevent smearing. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.