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Glacier National Park


As the name suggests, Glacier National Park in Montana is famed for its stunning glacial peaks. Running along the Canadian border the park boasts over 700 miles of hiking trails with routes that offer adventure to everyone from novices to experienced hikers. The routes themselves weave through alpine meadows, pristine forest, spectacular lakes and rugged mountainous terrain. The park is truly one of America’s most beautiful locations and a beacon of true wilderness and adventure.

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Why should I visit Glacier National Park?


One of the main reasons to visit the park is the 700 plus miles of hiking routes that cross all types of terrain, whether you are a novice or an experienced hiker there will be something enjoyable for you here. Cross mountains, meadows and forests for a true American hiking experience. The park is also a popular campsite with families flocking here during the summer months to camp out under the stars with numerous campsites around the park. Other popular attractions within the park include Many Glacier, Lake Macdonald Valley and Logan Pass.

The nearby Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park offers spectacular mountain views and is one of the most picturesque settings in all of America, as well as offering scenic boat cruises.

To learn more about Montana’s long and proud history visit the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and explore the rich cultural heritage of the area.

The popular mountain ski resort of Whitefish is also close by, the town offers many great places to stay, fun local activities and is the gateway to both the Glacier National Park and the Rocky Mountains.

Red Bus Tours throughout the park are also a popular way to get around and can be arranged at any Glacier National Park accomodaiton.

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