Glacier Journal

Glacier Park

Meet the Super

Dave Roemer began his new position as Glacier National Park’s 23rd superintendent in July, pledging to co-steward the park’s resources alongside its Blackfeet tribal partners and to improve the visitor experience while promoting sustainability

Glacier Park

A Quiet Park

Following extensive soundscape testing, nonprofit Quiet Park International recognizes Glacier National Park as one of the best places in the world to hear natural sounds

Glacier Park

Sun Road On Pace for Historic Late Opening

Glacier National Park officials announced the iconic alpine byway will open to Logan Pass “no earlier than” July 13, matching — and likely surpassing — the latest opening on record


Smarter than the Average Bear

As the North Fork Flathead River Valley grapples with new residents and record visitation to Glacier National Park, incidents involving unsecured garbage and food-conditioned bears last year led to the management deaths of a beloved resident sow and her three cubs. This year, locals are ramping up outreach efforts to be a bear-smart community.


A Wild and Scenic Conundrum

With recreational use on the Flathead River's three forks rising to an all-time high, a new management plan is years overdue for the 219-mile corridor, prompting neighboring landowners to cry foul

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