Bats In Glacier

Bats In Glacier

Happy Halloween! Not only is today one of the spookiest days of the year, but it also marks the final day of Bat Week 2019. Contrary to popular belief, bats aren’t as scary as you might think. In fact, bats play incredibly important roles in our ecosystems, and...
#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...