More than 10,000 years ago, rivers of ice created the U-shaped valleys of Glacier National Park.
A conservation success story in the park, bald eagles will be a common sight throughout your trip.
The park's emblamatic animal, you will encounter many mountain goats on your trip.
At more than a million acres, Montana's Glacier National Park is home to two mountain ranges, 130 lakes, more than 1,000 species of plants and hundreds of species of animals—black bears and grizzlies among them.
Glacier National Park: A Natural Treasure A small-group guided journey through the scenic splendor and wild wonders of Glacier National Park. Itinerary highlights include Going-to-the-Sun Road, Two Medicine Valley and Many Glacier Valley. 7 or 9-day tours from $3,495
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WWF in Glacier National Park Climate change is a concern for the park, with scientists predicting that by the year 2030, glaciers will be gone from the region. WWF is tackling global warming by working to advance policies that reduce carbon pollution and engaging with businesses to decrease their emissions.