Things To Do in Glacier Park


Glacier National Park is instituting an online reservation system (ticketed entry) for the Going-to-the-Sun Road corridor between the park’s West and St. Mary Entrances from May 28 to September 6, 2021.  Learn more HERE.

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The kind that you come back to, the one that replays like a heartfelt film? This is your chance to take your holiday to another level. Come and experience all that Montana has to offer. The Flathead Valley stretches between glaciers and culminates with the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Enjoy 180 miles of shoreline while you kayak, fish, tour the area on one of the local vessels, or just enjoy good old fashioned fun.

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Things To Do In Glacier National Park

A few of our absolute must-dos when you come here. In between bites of warm pasta, freshly brewed beers, and ripe sweet cherries – there is a world of exploration waiting.

Drive the Going-to-the-Sun Road

This 50 mile stretch of highway will take you through Glacier Valley. Prepare for breathtaking vistas, wildlife sitings, colorful wildflowers, and crystal clear lakes. Logan Pass sits along the continental divide and offers a perfect reprieve from driving. Take a hike on the boardwalk, traverse down to Hidden Lake, or venture out on the Highline Trail. This is must experience while you are in Montana and offers a dramatic look at Glacier National Park.

Experience Bird Woman Falls

Cascading between Mount Oberlin and Mount Cannon, this 492-foot waterfall is an iconic viewpoint of Glacier National Park. Observe how this stunning waterway cuts from a hanging valley and lends a new understanding to the power of a glacier as it cut its path through this land.

Walk through the Trail of Cedars

This popular loop trail takes you through towering cedars, lush ferns, and cascading waterways. Enjoy the beauty of Avalanche Gorge as you travel across the footbridge. Powerful glacial waters will roar under your feet as you observe the stunning beauty that encompasses the area. Embark on this soul filling excursion.