Inside the Park, you can climb to the mountaintops or drive the tunnels through them. Glimpse a cirque lake far across the glacier-carved terrain, or jump right into Lake McDonald with a stand-up paddleboard.
Outside the park, it’s just as varied. Surrounded by a million acres of roadless wilderness, mountain towns like Whitefish and Bigfork and hundreds of miles of open plains framed by steep mountains.
The most popular way to see Glacier is to drive ‘Going-to-the-Sun’ Road in the summer. When you see where it goes, you’ll understand why it took 11 years to complete this engineering marvel—over the Continental Divide, tunnelling through solid rock and sometimes hanging right off the sides of mountains over deep chasms.
Handpicked Holiday Ideas
Selection of recommended holiday itineraries that can be either tailored to your interests and requirements or booked as they are.