Learn About the Park

  • Park ranger giving an interview in front of the plowing operation

    Stay connected to what is happening at Glacier.

  • Wildflowers in bloom at Logan Pass below Clements Mountain

    Keep updated about what's happening during the summer from individual rangers on a bi-weekly basis.

  • Sunset over a smoke-filled McDonald Valley
    Photos and Multimedia

    Webcams, photographs, videos, and more provide an in-depth look at the park.

  • Quartz Lake crew measuring trout on their fishing vessel.
    Science and Research

    National parks are natural laboratories.

  • people stand on ice near a glacier in the mountains.

    The park had over 100 glaciers when it was established in 1910. Today, they are all melting.

  • A fire burns trees past a lack.
    Climate Change

    Over the last 100 years, the planet’s surface has warmed by about 1.5°F. In recent years, Glacier has warmed at about twice that rate.

  • Ranger talking to a school group at along the Avalanche Lake trail
    Kids and Youth

    Activities and information to connect the young (and young at heart) to the park.

  • Red-naped sapsucker feeding on an insect

    Learn about Glacier's many natural resources.

  • Visitors and Ranger enjoying the view from the Ptarmigan Tunnel
    History and Culture

    Glacier showcases over 10,000 years of human activity.

  • Ranger talking to a classroom of students

    Teachers, let Glacier bring nature into your classroom!

  • Park Headquarters building and U.S. flag

    Understand the rules and decisions that guide park operations.

  • Glacier Conservancy Park Store Belton Depot location

    Shop for items to bring Glacier into your home library.

Last updated: August 8, 2019

Park footer

Contact Info

Mailing Address:

PO Box 128
West Glacier, MT 59936



Contact Us