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Must see of Montana


Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Montana,

Glacier National Park is a vast natural wonder spanning over one million acres. The park is home to more than

  • 130 lakes

  • 1,000 species of plants

  • 70 species of mammals

Some of the mammal wildlife include grizzly bears, mountain goats, and elk. Visitors can explore the park's rugged terrain via over 700 miles of trails, ranging from gentle walks to challenging hikes.

Glacier National Park is also famous for its glaciers, which cover approximately 25 active glaciers and contribute to the park's unique landscape.



Going-to-the-Sun Road: This scenic drive is a must-do activity in the park, offering stunning views of glaciers, mountains, waterfalls, and forests.

Many Glacier: This area is known for its turquoise lakes, towering peaks, and abundant wildlife. Visitors can hike to Grinnell Glacier or take a boat tour on Swiftcurrent Lake.

Logan Pass: This is the highest point on Going-to-the-Sun Road and offers sweeping views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. It is also a great spot to see bighorn sheep and mountain goats.

Two Medicine: This area is a bit more remote but offers stunning scenery and great hiking trails. Visitors can take a boat tour on Two Medicine Lake or hike to Scenic Point for panoramic views.

Lake McDonald: This is the largest lake in the park and offers picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. Visitors can take a boat tour or hike along the lakeshore.

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