Glacier National Park

Most people visit Glacier because of its scenery. The combination of vertical, glacier-scoured, banded mountains towering over pristine turquoise lakes and streams, along with dense ancient forests preserving and protecting an unrivaled assemblage of plants and animals – renders superlatives inadequate.

That said, it is widely acknowledged that Glacier is wild, majestic, awesome, and spectacular!

Selected Content
Going-to-the-Sun Road Tour – This engineering marvel spans 50 miles through Glacier National Park’s wild interior.
Nature & Science – The glacial landscape, ecosystems, wildlife, wildflowers, geology.
Wildlife – Grizzlies, wolves, lynx, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, wolverines, pika…
Places to Go – Lake McDonald, Logan Pass, Many Glacier, St. Mary, Waterton Lakes.
Things to Do – Day hiking, backcountry camping, bicycling, boating, wildlife viewing…
Explore History – The Blackfeet, George Bird Grinnell, and the Great Northern Railroad.

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