Glacier National Park near Mountainside

The mountains are calling.

Glacier National Park

The aptly named “Crown of the Continent” shines like a jewel in every season. Its 1 million acres of wilderness include 762 lakes, 175 mountains, and 735 miles of hiking trails. There’s also always a chance you’ll see a moose, bear, mountain goat or bighorn sheep, just a few of the park’s 71 species of mammals.

Going to the Sun Road

Drive 32 jaw-dropping miles from West Glacier to Logan Pass. The Going-to-the-Sun Road begins on the valley floor and climbs 3,500 feet to the mountain pass, offering spectacular views of the surrounding peaks.


Glacier Park has a hike for every adventurer, from a casual stroll on the Trail of Cedars boardwalk to an all-day adventure to Huckleberry Lookout. Make memories as you trek along the water or head up above the treeline.

Lake McDonald

Glacier Park’s largest lake, over 10 miles long and 500 feet deep, is just inside the park’s west entrance. Rent a canoe, kayak, or stand up paddleboard in Apgar Village or drive up the lake for a meal at the historic Lake McDonald Lodge.

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