What to Do in Glacier National Park

Montana’s Glacier National Park is a refuge for some of America’s most untamed wildlife and breathtaking landscapes.

Glacier National Park has countless lakes, more than 700 miles of trails, magnificent glaciers, and views with an awe factor off the charts.

You’re probably anxious to head out on the trails, so let’s jump straight into the best things to do in Glacier National Park.


Apgar Nature Center This modest cabin is actually your gateway to all the inside information on the park. The rangers and exhibits inside will be your guides before exploring Glacier National Park.

See the Grinnell Glacier You can’t say you have visited Glacier National Park without seeing one of the gorgeous glaciers found throughout the mountains.

Enjoy the Shores of Lake McDonald Acting as a mirror reflecting the towering mountains lining its banks, you won’t find a more spectacular sight in all of Montana.

Hike to St. Mary Falls It doesn’t matter how many waterfalls you’ve seen; there’s always time to be blown away by yet another. While in Montana, you’ll want to head to St. Mary Falls.

Drive the Going-To-The-Sun Road Are you a bit short on time or cannot do ten-mile long hikes like you used to? Save your energy by enjoying a road trip along the Going-To-The-Sun-Road.

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