The northeast corner of Montana is home to vast mountain lakes for summer recreation, picturesque ski slopes, and the revered Glacier National Park.

With over 700 miles of trails and 1,583 square miles of wilderness, Glacier is a hiker’s haven for those looking to get into the remote country of the West. Its pristine bodies of water, rugged mountain ranges, alpine forests, and sprawling meadows make for views that seem too majestic to be real. Flathead Lake, just south of Glacier, is nearly 30 miles long and a hub for boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming in the summer months. The lake is surrounded by lively bars, restaurants, and numerous farms where you can pick fresh Flathead cherries. West Glacier is a hub for whitewater rafters looking for adventure on the Flathead River as well.

When you visit Glacier Country, plan to spend plenty of time outside, taking in the sights and sounds of pristine wilderness at its best.

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Whitewater Rafting

Wildlife Viewing

Glacier Blog

Summer Details for Glacier with COVID Recovery

Post Date: 06/16/2020

As Montana continues its phased reopening from COVID-19 lockdown, there are still many unknowns for travelers hoping to plan trips this summer. The best advice out there is to do your research and be prepared for the unexpected. This isn’t the year to get attached to a plan, as it...

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Best Local Places to Eat Near Glacier National Park

Post Date: 06/01/2021

It's easy to work up an appetite when you are surrounded by the vistas, wildlife, and over 700 miles of hiking trails in Glacier National Park. So put aside the protein bars and dehydrated meals – it's time for a hearty plate at one of these local favorites. Whether meal...

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Threatened and Endangered Species in Montana You Should Know About

Post Date: 01/18/2022

A vast diversity of plants and animals make their home in Montana. But a few are also in peril, struggling to survive. As you enjoy the wilds of the state, it’s worth being aware of the threatened and endangered species in residence so you can join in the fight to...

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