Shrubby cinquefoil Pentaphylloides floribunda. This plant is sold as a garden ornamental under the name Potentilla fruticosa.
Elephantheads, Pedicularis groenlandica. Note the curls at the end of each flower that look like an elephant's trunk. These are all over the high marshy meadows in July. Elk eat the plants when they are in bloom.
I recognize a harebell Campanula rotundifolia, but I can't identify the yellow-orange flower. Oh, well. A hike wouldn't be complete without at least one mystery plant...
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