Remember the awe you felt when you first saw Glacier and how words seemed to lose meaning when you tried to describe the experience to others?
Being present in Glacier’s wilderness, unique beauty and sheer size, one senses that there is something much greater and more profound than oneself. It can be a defining moment that is humbling yet invigorating, mystical and yet unmistakable. The creation of Glacier as a national park was only the first step in protecting this national treasure.
Now it is up to us – we must inspire this generation and future generations to preserve this special gift. With over 700 miles of trails, emerald lakes, and the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road, visitors of all ages and abilities can explore this incredible Park and enjoy its wide array of flora and fauna.
We accomplish this in three main areas: