With so much great gear benefiting the park, it can be tough to choose the perfect items from the Glacier Conservancy Park Store. We’ve narrowed it down to some of our personal top picks so you can find your favorites!

Now through October 9, take 15% off these staff picks online! No coupon code necessary. 100% of proceeds help preserve and protect Glacier National Park for future generations.

Staff Picks

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1. Youth Glacier Cap
Currently my fave is the youth glacier capI love the colors of the hat because they are so vibrant and remind me of all the seasons of Glacier.” -Amy, Events Coordinator

2. Logo Bottle Sling
“I love using this bottle sling when walking my dogs. It allows me to have water and if it’s hot I can bring a dog dish too – there is a convenient clip on the sling. The pockets are great for bringing along gum and chapstick. It also makes it easy for me to bring water to meetings or on my walk to work.” -Kristine, Database Administrator

3. Glacier Centennial Pendleton Blanket
“This blanket is not only warm and made in Pendleton, Oregon, it is a Glacier specific blanket that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the park’s founding. I love the three icons in the middle; a tipi, bear and mountain goat.” -Julie, Retail Team

4. Glacier Educational Coloring Book
“Becca Snyder, the illustrator and designer of this publication, is one of the most amazing artists I have ever met. This coloring book is SO beautifully done.” –Tiffany, Ecommerce Manager

5. Hidden Lake Word Art Tee
“Being the buyer, I worked with the vendor for a while trying to find new and different art that I hadn’t seen before. When the vendor showed me this art, I knew we had a winner! The colors of this Hidden Lake tee are vibrant and it couldn’t be more Glacier! There is also a potential hat in the works for 2021 using this design.” -Amber, Buyer

6. Sun Road Canvas Tote
“The new Going-to-the-Sun Road tote is durable and just the right size for grocery shopping or carrying things to work. The designer, Jeff Leet, was here on sabbatical last fall with Amble. He did an amazing job creating new products for the Conservancy that are fresh and colorful.” -Jill, Outreach Coordinator

7. Osprey Daylite Pack
“The Osprey Daylite is EXACTLY the right pack for day hiking in Glacier. Plenty of room for rain gear, a solid lunch, and other necessities (pocket knife, band-aids, sunscreen, and Jolly Ranchers), a great bladder sleeve separate from the main storage area and easy to access side pouches for bear spray and an extra water bottle. It’s so light that you’ll forget it’s there. I’ve put nearly 500 miles on my Osprey Daylite since 2017…might be time to get a new one!” -Doug, Columbia Falls Office

8. Pendleton Dog Collar
“I love the comfort and style of this collar. People give me extra treats when I wear it and it makes me feel handsome.” –Bear the chocolate lab, Glacier Conservancy Door Greeter

9. Logo Beanie
“This beanie is super cozy when I work on cold, windy days at Logan Pass.” -Renee, Retail Operations Manager

10. Glacier Onesie
“This onesie makes a great gift for a new baby. It is so darn adorable and was designed by Alisa Olinova who who was here in 2019 on an Amble sabbatical and donated her work to the Conservancy.” -Julie, Retail Team

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Photo: Brady Jochim

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