No matter what time of year you visit, there are endless things to do in Glacier National Park. From watching the sunset at the Apgar Boat Dock to taking in the sights along the Going-to-the Sun Road and snowshoeing near Marias Pass to watching a grizzly bear forage for berries on huckleberry bushes, there are abundant activities to help you experience the best of Glacier Park.
Inside the park, guided activities include horseback trail rides, day hikes, boat tours, red bus tours, Sun Tours and snowshoe walks, while outside the park—especially in West Glacier—visitors will find helicopter tours, fly-fishing outfitters and raft companies that will take you along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River as it creates the southwest boundary of Glacier National Park.
If it's your first time to Montana and the region, be sure to stop in at a local visitor center or one of the visitor centers inside the park. Park rangers at Apgar Visitor Center, St. Mary Visitor Center and Logan Pass Visitor Center can provide you with the latest road and trail updates, as well as things to do and see while you're in Glacier National Park.
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