Wildlife, wildlands, mountains, and snow—Glacier holds adventure for you and your students! Find curriculum and lesson plans specially developed for learning in Glacier.

Come to the park and hike with a ranger during a staff-led field trip. Field trips are offered on both the east and west sides of the park at no cost. A fee waiver will be processed by the park's Education Ranger for passing through the entrance station.

Bring a ranger into your classroom through our
distance learning program. We have five distance learning programs that are available to schools: Ask a Ranger, Bears in Glacier, Disappearing Glaciers, Habitat Adventure, and Making the Mountains.

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    Parks as Classrooms

    Find materials to use in your classroom, like Lesson Plans, Traveling Trunks, and more.

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    Plan A Field Trip

    Bring your class to visit the park. Your visit can be self-guided or ranger-guided.

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    Distance Learning

    If we're far from you, take part in the next best thing by bringing Glacier to your classroom!

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    Professional Development

    Look to the park for programs that will enhance your professional skills.

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    Student Resource Guide

    A sub-site of the education page built specifically for student research about Glacier National Park

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    Glacier Institute

    Learn more about the Glacier Institute's education courses and discovery school.

Last updated: January 19, 2023

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PO Box 128
West Glacier, MT 59936



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