St. Mary slower in June, but west side up as Glacier visitation numbers released Visitation to Glacier National Park was down slightly in June over the previous year by 2.2 percent and is down about 3.6 percent overall. The Park saw 544,088 visitors in June and so far this year about 795,800 visitors total. St.… Read More »
Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day – Flathead Beacon The 16th annual Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day, an event in which scientists and historians of Waterton-Glacier National Peace Park offer insight into their research, is July 23 at 9:30 a.m. at the St. Mary Visitor Center in Glacier National Park. Speakers at the event include scientists… Read More »
Glacier Park approves night work on Sun Road Glacier National Park officials have approved night work on the Going-to-the-Sun Road to hasten the time it will take to finish work there. To minimize the total time of the project and to provide times when construction crews can work with less traffic congestion, the park has… Read More »
Against the odds, first wolves came home to Glacier National Park 50 years ago We were hiking a trail in Glacier National Park and there it was – a wolf, staring back at us. The encounter lasted 15 seconds, maybe even less, as the wolf turned and disappeared into the brush like a shadow. That’s… Read More »
Glacier Visitation Down 2.2 Percent in June – Flathead Beacon News & Features Visitation in Glacier National Park was down 2.2 percent in June compared to the same month last year. According to statistics released by the National Park Service on Tuesday, 544,088 people visited the park this June, down from 556,304 in June 2018.
Information Sought on Missing Person in Glacier National Park – Flathead Beacon News & Features Glacier National Park officials are seeking the public’s help as they search for a missing man last seen on July 8 on the Highline Trail. According to a press release issued Wednesday evening, Mark Sinclair, 66, was last seen at… Read More »