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Road Status and Plowing Information
Weather is always unpredictable but especially so in Glacier. Cold snowy days and warm sunny days are both common any time of year. Temperatures vary with time of day and elevation, so be prepared with layers of clothing.
Many animals in Glacier are active year-round. Stay vigilant as you drive park roads. All park visitors should carry bear spray in a readily accessible location, should know how to use it, and should remember required safe wildlife viewing distances. If an animal reacts to your presence you are too close. Please remain at least 100 yards away from bears or wolves, and no closer than 25 yards of any other wildlife.
Tips for Dealing with Crowds
May through September is the busiest time of the year in Glacier National Park. Within that, July and August are the busiest of all.
Leave No Trace
Many visitors fall in love with Glacier and then want to know how to reduce their footprint.
Water is the number one cause of fatalities in Glacier National Park. Please use extreme caution near water.
Last updated: September 18, 2019