Top Things You NEED To Do In Glacier National Park

Top Things You NEED To Do In Glacier National Park

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3 Popular Attractions In Montana

  • Lake McDonald: Largest lake in Glacier National Park, located in Flathead County, Montana.
  • Montana Facts

    • At the Rocky Mountain Front Eagle Migration Area west of Great Falls more golden eagles have been seen in a single day than anywhere else in the country.
    • Combination, Comet, Keystone, Black Pine, and Pony are names of Montana ghost towns.
    • Every spring nearly 10,000 white pelicans with a wingspan of nine feet migrate from the Gulf of Mexico to Medicine Lake in northeastern Montana.
    • The grizzly bear is the Montana state animal.
    Butte
    Butte-Silver Bow Clockwise, left to right: View of uptown Butte from west; Our Lady of the Rockies; Curtis Music Hall; aerial view of the Berkeley Pit; mine headframe; and the Finlen Hotel.

    Clockwise, left to right: View of uptown Butte from west; Our Lady of the Rockies; Curtis Music Hall; aerial view of the Berkeley Pit; mine headframe; and the Finlen Hotel.
    Flag of Butte

    Official seal of Butte

    Nickname(s):

    Butte America
    Motto(s):

    The Richest Hill on Earth
    Map of Silver Bow County showing the city of Butte

    Map of Silver Bow County showing the city of Butte
    Coordinates:

    45°59′56″N 112°31′27″W / 45.99889°N 112.52417°W / 45.99889; -112.52417Coordinates: 45°59′56″N 112°31′27″W / 45.99889°N 112.52417°W / 45.99889; -112.52417 Country United States State Montana County Silver Bow Settled 1864 Area

    •Total 716.34sqmi (1,855.32km2) •Land 715.76sqmi (1,853.80km2) •Water 0.59sqmi (1.52km2) Elevation

    5,538ft (1,688m) Population

    •Total 34,494 •Density 48/sqmi (19/km2) Time zone UTC−7 (MST) •Summer (DST) UTC−6 (MDT) ZIP code
    59701, 59702, 59703, 59707, 59750
    Area code(s) 406 FIPS code 30-11397 GNIS feature ID 2409651[2] Website https://www.co.silverbow.mt.us/

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    Attention: This video contains aerial footage. *Drones are prohibited in National Parks* except in limited cases in which written permission from the park superintendent has been obtained. https://www.nps.gov/articles/unmanned-aircraft-in-the-national-parks.htm

    Note: Glacier National Park recently established a reservation system to drive on Going-to-the-Sun Road and North Fork Road. Find out how to get a reservation and how to get into the park without one in this article: https://www.parkedinparadise.com/glacier-national-park-reservation/

    Glacier National Park has over 700 miles of trails that crisscross the Rocky Mountains in Montana and Canada. Hiking the most popular activity, but there are many other things to do!

    In this video we share the top hiking trails, scenic drives, waterfalls, and lakes to visit.

    Read the full list: https://www.parkedinparadise.com/things-to-do-glacier/