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Travel Tales: Glacier National Park

May 13, 2008
by findingDulcinea Staff
by Jennifer O’Neill
Glacier National Park, known as the “Switzerland of North America,” offers a glimpse into America’s unspoiled natural past. Designated a National Park in 1910, Glacier has elevations ranging from 3,150 to 10,466 feet, and features stunning views from its myriad roads and hiking paths. Bears make a living in the park’s waters and moose roam leisurely through nearby towns. Whether you’re an adventurer, historian or a laid-back observer, you’ll find something that fits your personality in this park.

Getting There


The Scenic Drive Through Montana

The Native Land

Bird Woman Falls in Glacier National Park

Lessons Learned

Reception Site Coincidence

Discovering the Park

The Hike

Two Medicine Lake in Glacier National Park

Relaxing in East Glacier

What Happens Under the Big Sky


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