Gliding through Glacier National Park

By | February 15, 2018

A group of snowshoers pause along Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park. Beacon File Photo

Here’s another story about cross country skiing in Glacier, this one from the Flathead Beacon. It begins…

Winter is an ideal time to explore one of Northwest Montana’s most iconic destinations: Glacier National Park. While the park is jam-packed with visitors in the summer, it’s less congested this time of the year offering an endless amount of “un-crowded recreational opportunities,” according to the National Park Service.

One of the best ways to take in the amazing sights of Glacier Park is to go cross-country skiing on some of the many ski trails in the park. Highlights include the Apgar area, St. Mary, Two Medicine and Marias Pass.

Read the full story here.

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