Plan Your Visit

 
  • Ranger talking to park visitors at an information desk

    Basic Information

    Learn about entry fees, what weather to expect, what to do with your pet, and what's available during different times of year.

  • Visitors in Lake McDonald Lodge Lobby

    Eating and Sleeping

    Find where to get food and lay your head, including links to camping information.

  • Park shuttle at Logan Pass

    Directions, Transport, & Road Status

    Learn about road, plow, and hiker/biker status or learn how to get to Glacier and how to get around by car or shuttle once you have arrived.

  • Hikers on Cracker Lake Trail with wildflowers and mountains

    Things to Do

    Hiking, biking, backcountry camping, boating, guided tours, ranger talks...it's all here.

  • Livingston Range Sunset in the North Fork

    Places to Go

    Going-to-the-Sun Road is not the only highlight in the park. Explore the other areas of Glacier while you visit.

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    September can still be crowded.

    Tips for Dealing With Crowds

    Glacier is extremely busy during the summer. Here are some ideas to help you navigate crowded park conditions.

  • Park Ranger rapelling with a littler during rescue training.

    Safety

    Learn how to keep yourself safe while exploring the park.

  • Off-road wheelchair and group on the accessible Trail of the Cedars boardwalk.

    Accessibility

    Glacier's terrain can present challenges. Find what is available to visitors with special needs.

  • Visitors jumping into Lake McDonald while other take photos

    Special Events

    In addition to our ranger-led programs, Glacier also hosts special events throughout the year.

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

PO Box 128
West Glacier , MT 59936

Phone:

406-888-7800

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