It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Wear your heart on your sleeve with these extra special gifts from the Glacier Conservancy Park Store. 100% of the proceeds will help preserve and protect Glacier National Park for future generations. Now that’s true love.
1. Glacier Is For Lovers Tote Bag
Show your love for Glacier and join us in our conservation efforts with this canvas tote bag from Parks Project.
2. Glacier Is For Lovers Collector Pin
Take your Glacier love with you wherever you go with this matching collector pin from Parks Project.
3. Great Northern Railway Mug
This bright and sturdy tankard mug pays tribute to the Great Northern Railway, the iconic railroad that played a big role in Glacier National Park’s history.
4. Cottonwood Leaf Ornament
It’s shaped like a heart, but this hand-crafted ornament is actually a real cottonwood leaf that was carefully selected, preserved, and transformed from nature into treasure.
5. Logan Pass Water Bottle
This bright insulated water bottle celebrates iconic Logan Pass while keeping your cold beverages ice cold, and hot drinks nice and toasty.
6. Red Bus Model
Keep your memories alive from the Going-To-The-Sun Road with this model of the classic 1936 Red Bus.
7. Glacier Is For Lovers Bumper Sticker
Let everyone around town know how much you love Glacier National Park with this bumper sticker from Parks Project.
8. I’d Hike Anywhere With You Notecard
Don’t forget the card! Give your favorite hiking buddy this thoughtfully designed Glacier notecard, printed on recycled paper in Portland, Oregon.
9. Glacier Map Tee
What’s your favorite thing about Glacier? This comfy vintage tee features a map of Glacier on the back that highlights the Going-To-The-Sun Road, the Continental Divide, and popular wildlife in the park.
10. Glacier Socks
Stay warm all season with these cozy crew socks, featuring iconic wildlife and scenes found throughout Glacier.
Photo: Sebastian Marin
Learn more about how your purchases and donations to the Glacier Conservancy are making critical work possible in Glacier National Park!