Glacier National Park Video Series
Explore each of the varied areas that make up the world's first International Peace Park through our seven-part video series. Each downloadable segment will guide visitors through the best areas to explore and reveal a little local knowledge. A downloadable map is available to accompany the videos.
West Glacier to Logan Pass Part 1
Logan Pass to Saint Mary Part 2
Many Glacier Area Part 3
Two Medicine Lake Area Part 4
The Symbolic Red Buses Part 5
Going-to-the-Sun Road Part 6
Native Blackfeet Culture Part 7
Download video PART 1
WEST GLACIER TO LOGAN PASS, PART 1
Traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road from West Glacier to Logan Pass is unforgettable. Your visual experiences will range from Lake McDonald Falls to Triple Arches and the Weeping Wall. The sight of mountain goats clinging to craggy peaks and grizzlies roaming their vast homeland leave you mesmerized. Every bend of this Road leads to another of seemingly limitless glory.
Despite its short season, the wildflower display in Glacier National Park is dazzling. The western side is similar to the Pacific Northwest, where thick forests of cedar and hemlock give way to heather, gentian, bear grass and glacier lily. On the more arid eastern slopes, you’re likely to spot pasque flower, lupine, Indian paintbrush, gaillardia, asters and shooting stars. The best time to see wildflowers is from late June through early August.
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