Things to Do in Glacier National Park Montana

Going-to-the-Sun Road

Going to Sun Road is a two-lane paved road that runs through Glacier National Park Montana, and it divides the park into east and west regions.


Trail of the Cedars

Visitors have praised this trail for being the best in the park. They said it is not only easy and accessible but also has stunning views of the gorge.


Two Medicine

Two Medicine is located about 35 miles south of St. Mary. There are several restaurants located in East Glacier Park Village.


Logan Pass

For a good reason, Logan Pass is a popular spot among park visitors. The highest point can be reached by car in the park at 6,466 feet.


Highline Trail

This 11-mile trail follows the Garden Wall and offers breathtaking views of the valley below.


Grinnell Glacier Trail

This 10-mile hike takes you through alpine lakes and open meadows to reach the famous glacier.


St. Mary and Virginia Falls

You can hike just three miles to reach two waterfalls. For easy access, the St. Mary Falls trailhead can be found right off the Going-to-the-Sun Road.


Iceberg Lake Trail

When they reach the lake, hikers who take the Iceberg Lake Trail can enjoy stunning views of Mount Wilbur and Iceberg Peak.


Avalanche Lake

At the start of the hike, you’ll cross over Avalanche Gorge before taking a moderate uphill trail through the forest.



The National Parks Service offers ranger-led programs that allow guests to identify the various species of fauna and flora that call the Rocky Mountains their home.



Glacier National Park allows fishing without a license. However, there are certain rules regarding when, where, and what you can fish to protect the natural ecosystem.


Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing would make Glacier National Park a much more interesting place than it is.


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