Glacier National Park Travel Guide
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The massive peaks of the Continental Divide in northwest Montana are the backbone of Glacier National Park and its sister park in Canada, Waterton Lakes, which together make up the International Peace Park. From their slopes, melting snow and alpine glaciers yield the headwaters of rivers that flow west to the Pacific Ocean, north to the Arctic Ocean, and southeast to the Atlantic Ocean via the Gulf of Mexico. Coniferous forests, thickly vegetated stream bottoms, and green-carpeted meadows provide homes and sustenance for all kinds of wildlife.
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Apgar Campground. This popular and large campground on the southern shore of Lake McDonald has many activities and services.... Read more
The history of Glacier National Park started long before Congress named the spectacular wilderness a national park. American Indians,... Read more
Harking back to the early days of automobile touring in the parks, each summer a fleet of red "jammers"—vintage buses—weaves through... Read more
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