Glacier National Park Webcams

Thanks to a grant from the Glacier National Park Conservancy, we have installed several newer cameras that have better resolution and allow park staff the ability to aim and zoom the camera remotely. We don't have the capability to allow visitors to the website to operate the cameras, but we will occasionally change the view depending on weather or whatever may be going on. If you see a different view from one day to the next, that is what is happening.

The webcams are very good indicators of weather patterns and good places to check if you are planning on coming up to the park today. If you are planning a vacation later in the year the best place to start your research is on our Plan Your Visit page. That is where you will find a host or resources and information to plan an enjoyable and rewarding visit to Glacier National Park.


Webcams Currently Offline

Goat Haunt

The Goat Haunt camera will not be in operation this summer.
Is There a Problem?
Sometimes our cameras stick on a date and time, due to some network issue or possibly a loss of power in that area. Generally we know about it and either need to wait for the power or network to come back, or we can possibly go to the camera to fix it. If you experience an issue with the cameras that you would like to report to us, please email us and let us know. Thanks for your help keeping the cameras going.
Map of webcam locations in glacier
Map to Webcam Locations


A map showing the locations of the webcams in the Apgar and West Glacier areas
Webcam Locations in the Apgar and West Glacier areas



Temporary Webcams

Occasionally we find things to show on the webcam that we won't have as permanent locations. In the winter we have snowmen and in the early summer we have ground squirrels. Those temporary installations will be highlighted here.

Last updated: September 18, 2019

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PO Box 128
West Glacier, MT 59936


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