I went to Glacier last week and had a good time despite a heavy early season snow storm. This was a hiking trip, not a photography trip so the photos I took were usually not in ideal light but I was happy with many of them. I took pictures while it was lightly snowing but on one day left the camera in the car because it was snowing too hard to risk it. I took my GX7, 12-32, 100-300 and 45mm lenses but never put the 45 on the camera. I left my 60mm macro at home and did not miss it. The camera and 2 lenses worked very well for hiking. My only complaint is that a few times the 100-300 produced kind of funky bokeh, see the shot of a bighorn resting. A little out of focus and weird look bokeh. Not sure what causes the odd bokeh. I would say motion blur caused the softness but several shots in a row looked the same and motion blur usually varies. Shutter speed should have been adequate since I had IS on. Similar shutter speed as shot above, 100% crop but much sharper. Wish I had a longer lens for this one. Bear was about 40 yards away. I met a few guys that bragged about getting within 10 or 15 feet of a grizzly while I was there. I wanted to congratulate them for being much more stupid than I was but kept my mouth shut. I am not a big fan of hiking in foot deep snow but it really thins the crowds. We pretty much had the trail to ourselves going up on this hike.