Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

In The Park in Glacier

Walking & Hiking

The parks are best experienced on foot. Only on the trail can you truly respect the mountains for their beauty and power. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, there's a trail for you. Hiker Safety Mountain hiking requires you to follow a few common sense tips. • Take proper gear. Bring ...

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Glacier Shuttle

Started in July 2007, park visitors are able to access many destinations along the Going-to-the-Sun Road while enjoying the spectacular scenery by riding on one of the Glacier's environmentally-friendly passenger shuttle buses. The shuttle system offers visitors a travel option to avoid traffic and parking problems associated with rehabilitation ...

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Activities & Programs

Throughout the year, you can enjoy numerous park activities and programs. Be sure to check park newspapers for current programs and schedules. SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL Park Programs Glacier: Free evening talks, slide shows and guided walks are among the many park programs that will provoke your curiosity about Glacier's cultural, natural ...

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Going to the Sun Road

The Going-to-the-Sun Road is truly an engineering marvel. One of the most beautiful pieces of mountain road in the world, it meanders through the heart of the Glacier National Park, up the steep slopes of the Continental Divide, and over 2,026-meter (6,646-foot) Logan Pass.  The Going-to-the-Sun Road is truly an ...

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Continental Divide Trail

The construction of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) is one of the most significant conservation initiatives ever undertaken. Designated by Congress in 1978, a focused effort to complete the trail by 2008 was set. The course will run 3,100 miles from Mexico to Canada, following the landmark divide through ...

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