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Glacier National Park

The Crown of the Continent

Sprawling across more than 1 million acres, Montana’s Glacier National Park is a vast pristine ecosystem just waiting to be explored.

The park is home to 37 glaciers which are strung across high alpine cirques. Intrepid, experienced hikers can make the climb to stalwarts such as Jackson Glacier and Blackfoot Glacier – two of the park’s largest. Shorter hikes lead to great views, however – the Hidden Lake Nature Trail, which leads from Logan Pass, is a high-elevation romp through meadows studded with snowfields, wildflowers, and curious mountain goats.

Low elevation parts of the park are just as scenic, if not a bit warmer. The west side of the park is lush and wet – it’s home to huge lakes like Bowman Lake and dense cedar forests along Avalanche Creek.

Sightseers can hop on a boat tour at Two Medicine Lake or see the park using one of the historic open-topped red bus tours. Kayakers can rent boat at Lake McDonald and backcountry hikers can spend the night at the Sperry Chalet or Granite Park Chalet. Everywhere you go you are likely to see bighorn sheep, grizzly and black bears, and bald eagles.

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