If you are looking for a lovely fall scenic Sunday drive, consider a trip to Glacier National Park. Today is the last day the entire 50 miles of Going-to-the-Sun road will be open for the 2014 season.
Throughout the fall and winter seasons, the entrance station at West Glacier is staffed on weekends. Visitors are reminded that valid park entry is required year round.
During weekdays, visitors can stop at park headquarters in West Glacier for information and assistance, or call 406-888-7800 for general park information, including the specific location of hiker/biker closures.
Current road conditions, updated as conditions change, and additional details are available at the park’s website, www.nps.gov/glac, or by calling 406-888-7800.
Here are some dates to remember:
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Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 2.13.19
FWP announces hunter education class in Butte
Wolf Vs. Man
Man fined for shooting wolf in national park
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2019 Mule Deer Foundation Events
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Cooooooold Crooked Creek Ice Fishing
Comment sought on trails grant
Count birds in Whitehall!
Count birds in Kalispell!