Topic: Glacier News
Maybe you just graduated and want to take a summer off. Maybe you just tied the knot. Or hey, Father’s day is just around the corner! Here are a few …
However, as per usual, Montana is refusing to follow suit. Despite being home to some of the countrys most beautiful scenery, Glacier National Park remains “one of the most pristine and untouched parks in the nation,” says Kalispell news source KAJ 18.
The Flathead Basin snowpack has surpassed the 40 year average.
There are a lot of aspects of snowfall, and snowpack, and rainfall, and temperatures, and more that effect how soon the river begins spring flows, and when we will be able to start running it.
Always love to read stories about how our close neighbor, Glacier National Park inspires people. This piece in our local paper – the Flathead Beacon – is a great one about Andy Zimet and his quest to climb every 10,000 foot peak in the giant Glacier Park.
Never get tired of the eye candy from the Glacier Park webcams. Winter views add an entirely different perspective to the gorgeous vistas of the park.
How’d you like to come upon this while taking a casual stroll?
Glacier Park posted these user-submitted photos of some tracks near the West Glacier Bridge… Check out more images on …
Folks up our way (that’s West Glacier, Montana, folks), are kind of used to being kinda “out there.” You can interpret that any way you want, of course, but at this particular moment, what we’re getting at is that we ain’t had no real internets up our way.
Unlike the previous six years, Glacier Outdoor Center will not remain open for the upcoming snowbound months of winter. We will be closing Glacier Outdoor Center’s gear shop doors on October 15th, 2011 until April 1st, 1012.
There is still some smoke in the area from forest fires, but with the cooler nights, fire season is mostly over. Glacier Outdoor Center wants to say thank you to all those firefighters, volunteers, and other personnel who work so hard to keep our wild lands and rivers safe. A recent article in the Daily Interlake gives some great information on which fires have been active and how much acreage has burned.