The Blackfeet Nation enacted strict virus control measures that included cutting off access to the park’s east side, a decision that kept infection rates low on the reservation and won support from park leaders
USGS scientist gleans data from tree rings to date and predict large-magnitude avalanche events in and around Glacier National Park; findings show climate warming can contribute to future avalanche hazards
Advanced reservations were snapped up within minutes of the system going online last week, prompting park officials to release additional tickets
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