Employee Feature: Mahala

Employee Feature: Mahala

Every year, the Conservancy welcomes a team of seasonal employees to work in our busy retail storesduring the summer season. They travel from all over, and for many, this is their first trip to Montana orGlacier National Park. Their enthusiasm and energy are...
Native America Speaks 40th Anniversary Art Contest

Native America Speaks 40th Anniversary Art Contest

Congratulations to artist Henrietta Wolf Black, the winner of the Native America Speaks 40th Anniversary Art Contest!   Henrietta’s design has been selected as the first ever logo for Glacier National Park’s Native America Speaks program. Native America Speaks is...
Glacier Zoom Backgrounds

Glacier Zoom Backgrounds

Glacier Zoom Backgrounds Why work from home when you can work from Glacier? Share your love for Glacier with Zoom backgrounds Whether you’re working from home, attending online yoga classes or planning your next trip to Glacier with friends, you can still...
#glacierlove

#glacierlove

Do you love Glacier National Park? Tell us about it! From marriage proposals and pregnancy to anniversaries and lost loved ones there are so many memories that have unfolded right here in our park. During the month of February, our friends at REI in Kalispell will be...
Visiting Glacier – Know Before You Go!

Visiting Glacier – Know Before You Go!

  Guest Post by Jake Bramante of Hike734 My wife is the planner. I, however, am not. While I’m great when things don’t go as planned, they can be abysmal when we show up to a place and stare at each other and say, “So, um, what should we do? In smaller national...
Fire Updates 2017

Fire Updates 2017

There are two active fires within Glacier National Park. The Sprague Creek Fire burning on Mt. Brown and the Adair Peak Fire burning in the North Fork. Road closures and evacuations are currently in place in some areas of the park. For up-to-date information, visit:...
Glacier Conservancy Appoints New Executive Director

Glacier Conservancy Appoints New Executive Director

Columbia Falls, MT – July 6, 2017 – Glacier National Park Conservancy today announced the appointment of Doug Mitchell as its new Executive Director. Mo Stein, Glacier Conservancy Chair of the Board of Directors, said: “Doug’s experience in the public, private and...

Fee Free Entrance Day on 9/24

Parks Celebrates National Public Lands Day and the first annual Bike Your Park Day WEST GLACIER, MONT – The entrance fee for Glacier National Park will be waived on Saturday, September 24, in recognition of National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day is an...

Current Road Conditions

Going-to-the-Sun Road is closed for the winter from Lake McDonald Lodge to the foot of St. Mary Lake. Check the most recent road status and weather condition’s on the park’s pages: Current Road Status Weather Conditions  ...

Secretary of the Interior Visits Glacier

Courtesy of the Flathead Beacon LOGAN PASS – One-hundred summers ago, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the Organic Act creating the National Park Service, Clements Glacier’s icy mass dominated the landscape just west of Logan Pass. A century later, when Secretary...

It’s Give Back to Glacier Week!

The National Park Service will celebrate its centennial on August 25 and kick off another century of stewardship. In honor of this milestone, the Glacier National Park Conservancy is hosting Give Back to Glacier Week August 19-28, a community giving campaign aimed at...

Going to the Sun Road Fully Open

Drivers encouraged to drive with care. WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Vehicle access through Logan Pass on the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is anticipated to be available tomorrow morning, Friday, June 17. Park road crews have finished snow removal, debris...

Smith’s Customers “Round Up for Glacier”

(COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA) – For the seventh consecutive year, Smith’s Food & Drug Centers in Columbia Falls and Kalispell sponsored “Round Up for Glacier,” throughout the month of July.  Customers were asked to “round up” their grocery bill to support field trips...

West-Side Access to Logan Pass to Reopen Wednesday

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – The Going-to-the-Sun Road is planned to be open to Logan Pass from the west side of Glacier National Park tomorrow, Wednesday, July 29.  Visitors should expect delays and congestion along the road.  The east side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road...

Reynolds Creek Fire Update

As the Reynolds Creek Fire continues on the east side of the Going to the Sun Road this evening, we’d like to share some updates for anyone traveling in the area. Officials at Glacier National Park report that fire conditions and forecasted winds have prompted...

Preserving Glacier’s Backcountry Heritage

In 1974, 93% of Glacier National Park was recommended as Wilderness. To this day, over 93% of Glacier’s backcountry is managed as Wilderness.  Glacier’s trusty fleet of pack stock supports the park’s backcountry programs. From hauling materials and food for more than...

2015 Citizen Science Opportunities

Public Invited to Participate in Wildlife and Plant Research  WEST GLACIER, MONT. – The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center at Glacier National Park will continue its Citizen Science Program this summer, offering free research and learning...