Crazy Notch MP 46

This notable geologic feature was formed by the Maclaren Glacier, which once flowed through this valley. The glacier deposited a buildup of rocks on either side creating a lateral moraine. A glacier stream cut through the moraine creating Crazy Notch. This acts as a natural snow catchment, which can sometimes close the highway in the winter with huge snowdrifts.

Source: BLM Recreation Guide

Getting There

Latitude: 63.10159
Longitude: -146.64
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