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.
The Amazing Trees Tour
Experience the towering old-growth hemlocks and cedars of B.C.’s legendary old-growth forests with easy strolls along boardwalk trails. Transition to subalpine spruce and fir as routes lead you to mountain meadows offering sweeping panoramas of the Selkirk wilderness.
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The Glacier High Country Experience
Conquering a technical mountain ascent, traversing icefields with 1,500-metre descents, freewheeling past glaciers, waterfalls and rock canyons: this is all part of the high country adventure experience at Glacier National Park.
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Major Rogers Route
Walk the abandoned rail bed of one of the final stretches of Canada’s first trans-continental railway or wander the stone ruins of the first resort hotel in the western mountains. History comes to life at Glacier National Park.