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Glacier National Park

Learning Experiences

Kids engaged in learning activities Kids engaged in learning activities
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There are a number of different ways to learn more about Glacier National Park. Our Fast Facts factsheet is a good place to start.

Educational and interpretive programs offered by national park staff are seasonally available. Contact us for the latest information on program availability.

You can download and print the Glacier National Park Xplorers activity booklet for kids.  (PDF, 6.5 MB)

The Columbia Mountains Institute offers professional development workshops and organizes conferences on a variety of subjects related to the North Columbia Mountains. Past conferences have discussed grizzly bear ecology, issues around caribou survival in the Columbias, and the use of DNA in wildlife research, among
many other topics.

Student using a GPS A GASP student explores using a GPS
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The Glacier Adventure Stewardship Program (GASP) is a program that provides opportunities for local youth (grades 9-10) to connect with their natural and cultural heritage.

Students participating in GASP build teamwork and leadership skills through photography, music, backcountry and hiking experiences in Glacier National Park.