Glacier Gateway: Out your backdoor wildlife & stunnning scenery
One of the nation’s wilderness parks, Glacier offers thousands of miles of hiking, backcountry camping and some of the highest concentrations of endangered animals in the the country — grizzlies, wolverines, eagles, and wolves.
Whether you set out on a day hike or a four-day backpacking trip, Glacier’s stunning scenery and pristine landscape have made it one of the most fascinating, unexplored parks in the country. The communities near Glacier National Park offer the perfect adventure launching pad as well as unparalleled views.
Take a look. It’s almost like being here!
Wildlife up close!
Go early & often!
Explore 700 trail miles
Glacier: The Basics
Area: 1,583 square miles
Established: May 11, 1910
Trails: 700 miles+
Wildlife: grizzlies, mountain lions, wolves, wolverines, elk, mountain goats
Lodging: 5 lodges, 13 campgrounds
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