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Glacier National Park


Glacier National Park
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On Highway 2
West Glacier,
Montana 59936
406-888-7800


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This national park features more than a million acres of spectacular scenery, hundreds of miles of trails, a rich and diverse cultural history, and diverse ecosystems that support a large variety of flora, fauna, recreation, and educational opportunities. Dogs are allowed for no additional fee; they may not be left unattended; must be kept on no more than a 6 foot leash, and cleaned up after promptly. Dogs are allowed in campgrounds, developed areas, and on main roads when they are not closed off; they are not allowed in the back country, on any of the regular trails, or on lake shores. There is one 2-mile bike trail that allows dogs spanning from W. Glacier (end of main road in town) to Apgar (on Apgar Loop - there is signage on both sides).





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