Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Glacier National┬áPark, established in 1910, is located in western Montana. About 2,000,000 tourists visit the park every year. Crown of the continent The park earned the name of “crown of the continent” for the glaciers still found in the area as well as the majestic mountains, beautiful forests and meadows, and turquoise lakes. Many come to hike the 700 miles of adventurous trails.   Lake McDonald is the largest lake in the park The largest lake in the park is Lake McDonald where visitors can swim, boat, or fish. There’s also white-water-rafting on the Middle Fork Flathead River. Thirteen campgrounds There are thirteen campgrounds in Glacier and five of them are located along the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Families can also stay at Rising Sun,...

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