Archives for September 2008

Montana Fish and Wildlife

Wild, romantic, and noble, Montana Fish and Wildlife is representative of America. It’s the America that inspired Lewis and Clark to continue their westward trek, the America filmmakers like John Ford recreated in his Westerns, and the America the US National Parks system preserves. While in Glacier National Park, viewing Montana’s, fish and wildlife is […]

Montana Facts

When people think of Montana, their imagination weaves Montana facts and fiction together. Few have ever been to this magnificent state, let alone know someone who has traversed its emerald forests, dizzying mountains, gaping chasms, endless plains and lazy rivers. The only Montana facts people are aware of is that Montana is a part of […]

Camping & Hiking Safety Tips

These hiking tips are common knowledge to seasoned hikers, but when I was first exploring Glacier National Park as a kid from New York, I certainly didn’t know these. Before beginning, a common link throughout is that of observation. Glacier National Park’s rugged and remote, so even on the most mild and easy day hikes, […]

Montana Airports

Glacier National Park, Montana We all know it: Montana’s remote. As a result, flying into Montana airports can be expensive. However, this doesn’t mean Glacier National Park vacations are restricted for the rich and those within driving distance: planning your vacation in January allows you to attain cheap flights. You have a few options to […]

Glacier National Park Cabins

Glacier National Park, Montana Glacier National Park Cabins allow visitors to rest their weary bodies in comfort and privacy after a day of adventuring. Unlike lodging accommodations, there are no other visitors to intrude on your solitude. And unlike Glacier National Park camping, your nights are guaranteed to be warm, comfortable and mosquito free. For […]

Explore Two Medicine

To the Blackfeet Indians, the mountains of the Two Medicine region were referred to as the Backbone of the World. In addition to hunting, the Blackfeet would venture into the shadows of these massive mountains on vision quests. Today, this area is just as breathtaking and vision inducing for the trekkers who explore the vast, […]