Steeped in history, Glacier Park is a year-round outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Scale jagged mountain peaks, camp next to roaring glacier-fed rivers or simply take a cool summer stroll or mountain bike ride beneath the towering old-growth trees of the world’s only inland cedar rainforest. Walk the abandoned rail bed that marks one of the final links in Canada’s first trans-continental railway or wander the ruins of the West’s first luxury mountain resort as you immerse yourself in a vital piece of Canada’s history.


  • ​Ski touring in Rogers Pass and the winter permit system

    If you plan to tour in Glacier National Park, be aware that many areas of the park have restricted and prohibited access in winter — which are defined and managed within the Winter Permit System, a component of the Highway Avalanche Control Program.

  • Hiking in Glacier National Park

    Hiking in Glacier National Park offers a challenge - the chance to explore a portion of the rugged Columbia Mountains.

  • Where to stay

    Want to spend more than a day exploring Glacier National Park? Find out where you can stay.

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