In 2017, Glacier National Park had more than 3.3 million visitors, making 2017 its busiest year in the park’s 108-year history. Glacier National Park, also known as the “Crown of the Continent”, is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. This spectacular region in northwest Montana offers alpine glaciers, high mountain peaks, an abundance of wildlife, waterfalls, pristine glacial lakes, alpine meadows and so much more! However, there are so many other reasons why we know you’ll fall for Glacier. Check out what you'll find!
Over 2.6-million people visited Bryce Canyon National Park and took in the beauty of the hoodoos. One thing particularly nice about Bryce Canyon is that you don’t have to hike far to take breathtaking photos-you can get them right from the rim of the canyon. However, if you want to really get steeped in the beauty without having to work too hard, the Queens Garden combined with the Navajo Loop Trail is the hike to take!
There is so much to see and do in Big Bend National Park. One hike in particular that you won’t want to miss is the Lost Mine Trail. This moderately difficult, out-and-back hike is great for families with young (but fairly capable) hikers and will keep you captivated the entire way before giving way to breathtaking views!