Disabled Traveler's Companion Website
Glacier National Park is a spectacular mountain landscape that can present difficult challenges for visitors with special needs. Improvements in accessibility are being made each year and with a bit of pre-planning, all visitors can find Glacier to be a rewarding experience.
Learn about the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Lands Access Pass Access Pass which provides a wide range of discounts on activities and services when you visit federal lands.
Glacier has a brochure available online that highlights accessible facilities and services. It can be found on the Park Publications page of the website.
Access videos and other resources designed for visitors with hearing disabilities. Click here to learn more about audio assistance.
Glacier National Park produces large print brochures, audio described videos, braille handouts and ranger programs for the visually impaired. Click here to learn more about visual assistance.
Service animals are allowed in national parks. For more information about what qualifies as a service animal please see our service animals page.
All Glacier shuttles are ADA accessible. Park visitors with a disability can access many destinations along Going-to-the-Sun Road while enjoying the spectacular scenery by riding on one of the parks's optional and environmentally-friendly buses.
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Another good place to look for the latest information on accessibility is the Disabled Traveler's Companion Website. While not officially affiliated with the National Park Service, they have been working with Glacier and other national parks to provide valuable information to travelers with disabilities. Their website contains information on and photographs of campgrounds, lodges, and park attractions that will aid in planning your trip to Glacier.