Even though the park is closed, we hope you can still enjoy the outdoors safely and responsibly right now. Maybe you’re self-isolating, but dreaming of your next epic outdoor adventure. No matter what, we’re here to support you with virtual resources to help you explore Glacier National Park.

If there is anything else we can do for you during these uncertain times, please let us know! Join the conversation with us on social media or reach out to us directly at info@glacier.org.

Zoom Backgrounds

Whether you’re working from home, attending online yoga classes or planning your next trip to Glacier with friends, you can still virtually meet in Glacier. Take yourself to Logan Pass, St. Mary or along the path of a grizzly bear with a Glacier Zoom background.

Grizzly Bear

Go On A Virtual Tour

Even though we’re all social distancing now, you can still visit our national parks virtually from home via Google Earth. Google has created 360-degree tours of over 100 national park sites, including Glacier National Park. Please remember travel is not advised at this time, but we hope this will inspire you for future adventures.

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Check Out The Park’s Webcams

Still longing for Glacier? Visit virtually in real time with the park’s webcams. From blizzards to bluebird days, you can keep up with Glacier’s dynamic weather through all the seasons. Your donations to the Glacier Conservancy make these webcams possible.

Photo: NPS Webcam

Take A Virtual Hike

Go on a virtual hike in Glacier National Park alongside Jake Bramante. In 2011, Jake became the first person to hike all 734 miles of trail in Glacier National Park in one season. Featuring videos of every trail on his YouTube channel, you can follow along as Jake hikes in Glacier and discovers a

Video: Jake Bramante/Hike734

Look For Wildlife

Check out Glacier’s video library to experience a selection of the park’s diverse wildlife. The park also has a number of videos available about bear safety, park features, and points of interest along Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Video: NPS

Go For a “Drive” on Going-to-the-Sun Road

Use Google Maps to take a “drive” along the famed Going-to-the-Sun Road. Simply hover your computer cursor over the road, click, and you’ll be moving in no time. You can also use the Google Maps app on a smartphone or tablet. Check out the park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road audio tour to accompany your drive and learn more about this National Historic Landmark.

Photo: Google Maps

Plan Your Next Adventure, Whenever That May Be

Check out these great tips for planning your next hiking trip. Whether you’d like to take a day hike or embark on an overnight backpacking trip, we have plenty of tips to help you plan your next adventure.

We’re here to support you when you’re ready to plan your next trip to Glacier, with great maps, guidebooks, and gear available in our Park Store. Please keep in mind, we are experiencing delays in shipping to keep our staff and community safe right now. We will do our best to ship all orders as soon as possible. As always, 100% of proceeds support the park!

Photo: NPS

Join The Conversation

We’re all longing for adventures in Glacier, right? So tell us…what’s the best hike you’ve done in Glacier? Let us know your favorite trail, or share a fun memory by tagging us on socials using the hashtag #GlacierLove. We’ll continue to share some of our favorites!

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