• Mt Reynolds

    Glacier

    National Park Montana

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  • Logan Pass water system temporarily down

    The water system will shut down Tuesday afternoon, July 22, and the temp system is anticipated to be working by the weekend. Visitors should bring water or refillable water bottles. There will be some water available to refill bottles in the parking lot. More »

Plan Your Visit

Where is the Information that I Need?
Pre-trip planning is important. Most of the basic information you will need is available on this website. Below are a few quick-links to some of the more often sought information. Additional information is available through the links above.

Brochures
We have made publications available online and through the mail. Click here to visit our brochures page. Download our summer newspaper or vacation planner for quick, yet detailed information.

Places to Go
Many people mistakenly think the Going-to-the-Sun Road is the only highlight in the park. Did you know there are many more opportunities to discover the majesty of Glacier? Explore the options.

Lodging
Rooms in Glacier's historic hotels book up fast. Four companies provide lodging in the park and visitors should contact them directly for reservations.

Camping
Glacier's 13 campgrounds provide almost 1000 campsites. Most are available on a first-come, first serve basis, although two may be reserved in advance.

Hiking
Over 740 miles of trails lead to some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet. Plan ahead and have a great and safe hike.

Outdoor Activities
Biking, boating, horseback rides...it's all here. Check out all the great outdoor activities Glacier has to offer.

Thing to Know Before You Come
Learn how to get around, what weather to expect, what to do with your pet, and what's available in the nearby communities.

 
 
 

Did You Know?

Snow can fall at any time of the year in Glacier

Did you know that eight inches of snow fell during one night in Glacier's high country in August, 2005? The weather forced hundreds of backpackers out of the backcountry.