Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Welcome to Glacier National Park

In 1932, international cooperation between the Rotary Club members of Montana and Alberta convinced the United States and Canada to join Waterton Lakes and Glacier national parks as a symbol of their longtime friendship. In recognition of this historic agreement, the parks were designated Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.

In 1995, the Peace Park became the world's first Peace Park World Heritage Site. Although administered by two different countries, the parks share a common boundary.

Glacier National Park encompasses a region of mountains in the northwest corner of Montana that abuts Waterton Lakes National Park in southwestern Alberta.