Topic: Glacier Park
We can’t state it enough – fall in Glacier Park is one of our favorite times of the year. Not only do the crowds dissipate, but the colors are always spectacular. The changing of the leaves and the cooler temperatures always make our hearts skip. It’s a time of year like none other. Fly fishing is also at an all time high during the fall. So get yourself out for a great fall experience in Glacier National Park!
Sometimes it can be hard to leave West Glacier in the heat of the season but many of us do get time off every now-and-then. One of our favorite things to do is explore Glacier National Park. There’s nothing like a great getaway after a week of hard work.
Northern Montana and Pac Northwest Enjoy Above Average Snowpack While Much of the West Braces for Record Droughy
It’s no secret that Mother Nature is a fickle mistress. Analogies for indecisiveness are born from her seasonal whims and even those that know her best can only guess at her long-term plans. The Rocky Mountain West considers her more than an acquaintance, but in 2012 the region is still very much at the mercy of her idiosyncratic urges.
National Park Week started with beautiful sunny skies! Come up to the park and stop by the Glacier Outdoor Center to stock up on supplies!
On the West side, Going to the Sun Road is only open to Lake McDonald Lodge, but you can bike 5.5 miles to Avalanche when construction crews are working and there are not restrictions when construction crews aren’t working.
National Park Week is a great time to get out and enjoy our Parks for free! Glacier National Park, and ALL 397 National Parks in the USA will be offering free admission April 21 – 29.
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.
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.
Glacier has so many places, so much to see and do, that there is plenty of room for all those folks, but we’ll take higher animal to human ratios too! So, come on out! Plan a trip to Glacier. Plenty of room for everybody!!
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.