Early Life in Glacier

1.5 billion-year-old stromatolites evidence of earliest life in Glacier National Park

Feds Say Glacier Stoneflies Threatened by Climate Change

Wildlife agency says greater protections needed for obscure alpine insects dependent on glacial streams

Glacier’s Haunted History

In Glacier National Park, former employees and paranormal investigators share unexplained phenomena

Glacier Park, 1916

Glacier Park, 1916

The summer the National Park Service was created, Glacier Park was already becoming one of its most popular destinations

The Sounds of Glacier National Park

Jill Haley puts the Crown Jewel to a soundrack as an Artist-in-Residence

Kalispell, West Glacier Set Monthly Rainfall Records

October was the wettest month on record in West Glacier

Record-Breaking Glacier Park Visitation Keeps Climbing

Attendance is up 20 percent in 2016 and on pace to surpass 2.8 million

Temporary Boat Closure in Glacier National Park

Closure implemented in response to detection of invasive mussels in central Montana

Preserving the Peace

Preserving the Peace

Celebrating and protecting the world's first international peace park

Defenders of the Badger-Two Medicine

Blackfeet tribal leaders anticipate historic cancellation of remaining energy leases on sacred land

Park Officials Look at Impacts of Record-Breaking Visitation in Glacier

Longer tourist season presenting challenges for park services, infrastructure

Glacier Park Breaks Annual Record After September

Upper alpine stretch of Sun Road closed; 2.72 million people visited Glacier Park through September

Glacier Park Sets Monthly Attendance Record in August

Glacier Park has attracted a total of 2.25 million people so far in 2016, an 18 percent increase

Explore Scalplock Lookout Trail

Uncrowded trail delivers visitors to unique views from an uncommon vantage point

Three Decades of Park Service Remembered

Former Glacier Superintendent Phillip Iversen recounts national park career in new book