Glacier National Park in northern Montana is the king of the mountain escape. Way up here exists an untouched world that’s only for the bold.
The park is home to massive peaks and deep valleys, plus grizzlies and mountain goats. Created by the glaciers that inform its name, it’s one of America’s most special natural places.
There’s also plenty to experience in nearby Whitefish. This popular town offers the perfect basecamp for Glacier adventures. Shops, restaurants, cafes… it’s a nice contrast to the wilds of the park.
With more than 700 miles of trails and a whopping 762 lakes, Glacier National Park is the outdoor lover’s dream. Out here, you can touch the sky.
This winding 50-mile highway along the Continental Divide showcases incredible views you won’t see anywhere else.
A popular destination wedged between two mountains, Logan Pass gives you unmatched vantage points to the park and the start to several hiking trails.
Powerful glaciers carved this picturesque 10-mile lake during the Ice Age. The reflection of the mountains on the surface of the lake is breathtaking.
St. Mary Lake
Located on the east side of the park, St. Mary Lake marks where the great plains end and the Rocky Mountains begin.
Many Glacier Valley
This region is a hiker’s paradise. Dozens of day hikes let you explore waterfalls, lakes and valleys – all created by glaciers.
Just 27 miles from the park is the quaint and bustling town of Whitefish, nestled at the base of the Rockies.
Whether you’re seeking solitude or traveling with a group, Glacier National Park has adventures for everyone.
The majesty of the Rockies has to be seen to be believed
Visit Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is the ultimate mix of going back to the Ice Age and creating your own modern adventure. Located in Whitefish just outside the park, The Pine Lodge on Whitefish River is the perfect headquarters for your Glacier adventure.