Glacier Country in Northwest Montana

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Project Description

Discover awe inspiring mountain views and crystal clear teal glacial lakes around every bend in this impressive national park.

The only thing to outshine Glacier’s Going-to-the Sun road will be your grin when you climb out of your Sportsmobile. Make time for the best trails and vistas in Glacier National Park and take a day to explore Waterton National Park (in Canada).

Pick up/Drop off: Missoula or Kalispell, Montana

Base: Whitefish, Montana

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Day 1:

Arrive in Missoula and pick up your fully outfitted and stocked Sportsmobile. Head into Glacier National Park. Overnight: Sprague Creek Campground at Lake McDonald.

Day 2:

Drive Going-to-the-Sun Road. Hike to Hidden Lake at the top of the pass. Overnight: Saint Mary Campground in Glacier Park.

Day 3:

Head north into Many Glacier area and hike to Grinnell Glacier. Overnight: Many Glacier Campground in Glacier Park.

Day 4:

Follow Chief Mountain International Highway to Waterton Park. Once in the park, drive up Red Rock Canyon. Overnight: Crandall Mountain Campground in Waterton.

Day 5:

Drive back down along the east side of Glacier National Park and follow the Middle Fork of the Flathead River via Interstate 2. Overnight: NFS campground along the Middle Fork.

Day 6:

From West Glacier, head up the west side of the park along the North Fork of the Flathead and visit the small town of Polebridge and Lake Kintla. Overnight: Lake Kintla in Glacier National Park.

Day 7:

Head south to Whitefish and stroll through town before returning your beloved rig and flying home.

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