Northwest Montana is the gateway to Glacier National Park. In 1932, Glacier National Park became the world’s first International Peace Park, and we are only a short drive to the park! People say it’s the crown of the continent. It’s a great place for everyone, because you don’t just have to be hikers to go there. You can take a tour that starts at Lake McDonald and they explain the history and everything you’d want to know while sitting back, relaxing in the car, taking pictures and periodically getting out of the car to enjoy the beautiful park. Or if you want to be more adventurous you can check it out without a guide and hike one of the many trails. There’s over 700 miles of trails and numerous pristine lakes. Some of the activities you can do at Glacier National Park are camping, hiking, bicycling, boating, horseback riding, guided tours, fishing & cross country skiing. It’s a must see when visiting Northwest Montana.
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