LOVE OF MY LIFE: Glacier National Park

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Glacier National Park

I am here again and wanting to give sense of travel to all my reader. Be with me and let us
discover this place. I hope you enjoy it and I feed you a wonder what it seems look like and wish to visit this place someday to have a great experience...

The Place I am going to bring in your eyes now
and wanting to share is the
Glacier National Park the paradise of the
photographer . The park was established 1910
It is a land of Mountain Ranges carved by the
prehistoric ice rivers.

It is features of Alpine meadow, deep forests, water falls, about 50 glistening glaciers and 200 sparkling lakes. The unbreakable beauty of spring and summer wild flowers you can walk with. The amazing land scape you can seen particularly
the Mountain rock. The protected wild animals

The Glacier National Park is Located in North western Montana Approximately 40 miles Northwest of Kalispell on U.S
Take highways 2
and 89 and near U.S highways 91 and 93.

The Glacier National Park join the
Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada. They create Waterton- Glacier International Peace Park World Heritage Park. An ideal two nation vacation going to the breath taking Sun Road, a spectacular 52 miles way through Glacier, crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and traverses the towering Garden wall. Maximum vehicle dimensions over Logan Pass are 21 feet long (including bumpers) and 8 feet wide (including mirrors). Oversize vehicles, 10 feet high, may be parked at various points. Rental cars are available at nearby towns; a shuttle service may be available, call the park for details. Logan Pass normally opens mid-June and closes mid-October. Glacier Park has more than 700 miles of foot and horse trails. Approximately 1,200 campsites are available to car campers on a first-come, first-serve basis. Back country permits are available. Park accommodations feature historic hotels and lodges. Facilities are open seasonally; the park and portions of Going-to-the-Sun Road are open year-round.

Services Offers

Equipment Rentals
Handicapped Accessible

Activities Offers

Boat Tour
Cross-County Skiing

Please click here for Going-to-the-Sun Road FAQs, Shuttle Info & Rehabilitation

call 406-756-2444.

Please click here for Going-to-the-Sun Road FAQs, Shuttle Info & Rehabilitation"

Fax: 406-888-7808

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