The Flathead Beacon reports that a trout-stealing grizzly bear has prompted camping restrictions at one of Glacier National Park’s most popular front-country campgrounds, where park officials have enacted a temporary ban on tents and soft-sided campers in the midst of what’s predicted to be a record-breaking month for visitation. Read the full story here.
The Flathead Beacon reports that reconstruction of Sperry Chalet began July 9 in the high country of Glacier National Park, where wildfire destroyed the iconic dormitory structure in August 2017. Now, crews will begin the work of restoring Sperry, a complicated backcountry project that is expected to span the next two summers and require extensive logistics.… Read More »
The Bigfork Eagle has an article that begins… Native fish, specifically bull trout, have taken it on the chin for many years in Glacier National Park as lake trout took over the park’s waters. Lake trout, stocked in Flathead Lake more than a century ago, slowly and surely migrated out of the lake and into park waterways.… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that Park officials have reopened the west entrance to Glacier National Park after closing it on Thursday afternoon after an automobile crash on Going-to-the-Sun Road. Tow trucks are on scene at the Triple Arches, removing the vehicles from the crash. Park officials said motorists can expect congestion while traffic patterns return to normal.… Read More »