The beauty of Glacier National Park is a sight to behold for anyone who loves the outdoors. Glacier Fed clear water, lakes and streams, breathtaking vistas, abundant wildlife.
Arguably the most beautiful place on Earth! So much to see from your car, on short hikes, or extended backpacking trips! Lots of wildlife, mountain lakes, flora, and (a few) glaciers. Be sure to drive Going to the Sun road, and hike Avalanche Lake and Hidden Lake trails.
Known as the Crown of the Continent for a reason. Breathtaking hikes and views. Park is usually open from sometime in June until October, though you can still drive through the south part of the park all year or drive up to West Glacier and Lake MacDonald.
3.5 hours from Helena, Glacier National Park is the Crown Jewel of North America.
The west entrance of Glacier National Park is about a 2 hour drive from Libby. This park is one that you don't want to miss while in the area. If you have an opportunity to visit there make sure to drive the Going-to-the-Sun Road. At the top you can stop at Logan Pass and hike up a wooden path to…