Glacier National Park
Glacier might very well be the most beautiful of America's national parks. John Muir called it "the best care-killing scenery on the continent." The mountains are steep, snowcapped, and punctuated by stunning mountain lakes and creeks. Much of the land remains wild and pristine, a result of its remote location and the lack of visitation in the 19th century.
Glacier National Park facts
|Elevation in Feet||0 ft.|
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|Number of Campsites||923|
|Annual Visitor Count||2,338,528|
|Number of Animal Species||300|