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It can be a little overwhelming—albeit exciting—to wrap your head around how you might spend your time exploring our 1-million-acre park, whether you’re looking for an hours-long guided trip or a multiday excursion. From driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road in the summer to snowshoeing along the shores of Lake McDonald in the winter, the park’s four distinct seasons provide endless possibilities. Here are some suggested itineraries to help you along. Happy travels.

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Which season would you like to visit Glacier National Park and for how many days?

Spring (May + June)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

May 27 — September 11 Without a Vehicle Reservation

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Summer (July + August)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Fall (September + October)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Winter (November - April)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

May 27 — September 11 Without a Vehicle Reservation

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Summer (July + August)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Fall (September + October)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Winter (November - April)

One Day

Two Days

Three Days

Recreate Responsibly Plan Ahead, Play it Safe, and Leave No Trace.
News from Glacier National Park Currently, 18.0 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.

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