How To Get To Glacier National Park

Located in the Northwest corner of Montana, close to the USA border with Alberta and British Columbia, there are several ways you can travel to the park.  There are plenty of opportunities for exploration and adventure along the way, should you so chose, or you can make the trip as direct as possible and spend all your time with us!

  1. You can get here by railway…Amtrak has two stops close by, one at Whitefish and one at West Glacier (Belton) both fed by the Empire Builder that runs from East coast to West.
  2. You can get here by trailway..  No matter which way you approach us, you will drive through some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Along with open, uncrowded roads and plenty of traditional Mom and Pop motels for rest stops along the East/West US Highway 2, its the perfect excuse for a roadtrip.
  3. You can reach us by airplane…Glacier Park International airport handles hundreds of thousands of visitors every Summer, with airlines offering direct flights from destinations such as Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, LA, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas. Airports at Missoula, Great Falls, Calgary and Spokane are all within a six hour drive.

Plane, train or automobile, or a combination of all three.  We don’t care HOW you get here, just GET here when you can!

 

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