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About | Everything You Need to Know About Glacier Country

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Wildlife Watching | The Wild Animals of Glacier Country

One of the things we cherish most about Western Montana is our wildlife—the wild animals we share our wilderness with and have nothing but respect for. Our diverse habitat is one of the most intact ecosystems in the lower 48 states and home to at l...

Backcountry Skiing | Go Off Trail in Our Wild Terrain

Our backcountry is brag worthy. Glacier Country is home to thousands of acres of untouched off-trail powder, whether you’re looking for an easy escape or technical terrain. Glacier National Park itself is open year-round and offers a sublimely beau...

Fall in Glacier National Park | Explore Autumn in the Crown of the Continent

When you’ve got 1 million acres of jaw-dropping landscape and Mother Nature throws a splash of fall color over it, you run out of words to describe that next-level beauty. That’s what autumn does to Glacier National Park. Open year-round, every s...

Glacier National Park | The Crown of the Continent Beckons

You don’t even need to see what’s around the next bend to be stopped in your tracks at Glacier National Park. The sheer beauty is jaw dropping from every angle. With over 1 million acres of towering, jagged peaks, cascading waterfalls, wild meado...

Stay in the Park | Places to Stay in Glacier Country

With 1 million acres to explore, do yourself a favor and plan to stay awhile. Our campgrounds, backcountry chalets, historic lodges and motor inns all welcome visitors in their own warm way. Lodges and motor inns within the park (including Many Gla...

Explore the Park | Park Recreation and Adventure

If you prefer to explore by foot (or horseback), set out on the park's forested footpaths, hillside bridle paths or 734 miles of maintained trails. Visit the National Park Service's website for more information about park trails. You can also take a...

Itineraries | Trip-Planning Help

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-th...

Near the Park | Explore Small Towns and Communities Near the Park

Glacier National Park is a wonder all its own, with plenty of exploration and adventure to keep you busy for the entirety of your stay. But the communities that surround the park are infused with the same spirit of otherworldly splendor. Our charming...

Wildlife and Bear Safety | Stay Safe in Bear Country

Bears are unpredictable, wild animals. And familiarizing yourself with their behavior can reduce your chances of an unpleasant encounter. Make sure you stop at a visitor center or ranger station to get up-to-date information on bear and/or mountain l...

Getting Here and Around | Transportation and Travel Information in Western Montana and Glacier National Park

Traveling to Western Montana and getting to Glacier National Park, are both easier than you might think. With two international airports—Missoula (MSO) and Glacier Park (FCA)—train service (Amtrak's Empire Builder), car rentals, buses and a w...

RV Rentals | Rent a Home on the Road in Montana

Does packing your family into a recreational vehicle and hitting the open road for Glacier National Park sound like the Great American Adventure? We think so. Your on-the-road vacation home awaits, whether you’re looking for to rent an RV, fifth wh...

Lodging | Places to Stay in Glacier Country

The beauty of lodging in Western Montana and Glacier National Park is the diversity of choices that can satisfy any getaway style. Our comprehensive list of Glacier Country lodging and accommodations offers the authentic Montana experience you’re l...

Public Land | Parklands, Forestlands, Wilderness Areas, Refuges and BLM Land

From the grandeur and awe of Glacier National Park to the natural diversity of our beautiful state parks and forestland to the vastness of our wilderness areas, Western Montana’s public lands offer hundreds of miles of trails, countless fishing acc...

State and National Parks | Western Montana’s Public Parklands

Western Montana is home to numerous state parks and the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park. These protected natural wonders feature glacial-carved terrain, sparkling waters and a unique cultural history, and serve as monuments of our dedic...

Chalets | Stay at a Historic Montana Chalet

Channel the Swiss Alps while enjoying Western Montana history and hospitality at a chalet in Glacier National Park, one of the earliest types of lodging in the area. Our chalets offer first-class accommodations in wooded mountain settings, and make g...

Mountain Goats | Discover Western Montana’s Mountain Goats

Chances are, if you're traveling through Glacier National Park, you'll most likely see Mountain Goats scaling high, sheer cliffs. You may also encounter them on park trails. Please do not feed the goats. A nanny (female Mountain Goat) with a kid (bab...

Parks | Protected Parklands in Glacier Country

Western Montana boasts a steadfast dedication to preserving and celebrating our natural places, like Montana State Parks and the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park. The gorgeous landscapes and unmatched recreation opportunities that abound...

Newsletter Signup | Discover Glacier Country Tourism's Latest News, Deals and Information

Find travel inspiration and trip-planning help with our Western Montana and Glacier National Park Enewsletter. Be the first to know about Western Montana events and deals. View our past newsletters...

Tourism Pledge | Pledge to Uphold the Wonder of Western Montana

Nature is our most important asset. Pristine waterways, unspoiled landscapes, and that fresh mountain air we love so much—it's invaluable and should be treated as such. Take the Glacier Country Pledge, and promise to respect and cherish Montana's n...

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