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Glacier at a Glimpse

Apgar—elev. 3200 ft.
Apgar services are generally available mid-May through October and include: boat rentals, campground, campstore, gift shops, horseback rides, picnic area, restaurants, and a visitor center. Lodging is available at the Village Inn and the Apgar Village Lodge.

Goat Haunt photo
Reachable only by boat from Canada, Goat Haunt is a tiny
pocket of civilization in the wilderness. NPS Photo

Goat Haunt—elev. 4200 ft.
Goat Haunt Overlook, accessible by a steep one mile trail from the ranger station, offers an expansive view of Waterton Lake, looking north into Canada. During the summer, boats from Waterton cross the border several times a day, allowing visitors a truly international visit to Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Goat Haunt Ranger Station is open daily (limited hours) in summer. Exhibits, restrooms, camping (permit required) and picnicking are available.

Lake McDonald—elev. 3150 ft.
At Lake McDonald, services are generally available June through late September and include: boat rentals, boat cruises, campstore, gift shops, horseback rides, and restaurants. Lodging is available at Lake McDonald Lodge. Camping is available at Sprague Creek Campground two miles south of the lodge.

Rising Sun—elev. 4550 ft.
Services at Rising Sun are generally available June through early September and include: boat cruises, campground, campstore, gift shops, restaurant, and showers. Lodging is available at the Rising Sun Motor Inn. The Sun Point Nature Trail and picnic area are two miles west.

St. Mary—elev. 4500 ft.
In-park services are generally available mid-May through mid-October at the St. Mary Visitor Center and Campground.

Two Medicine—elev. 5150 ft.
Services are generally available June through mid-September and include: boat cruises, boat rentals, campground, campstore, gift shop, and picnic area. No overnight lodging is available.

Walton—elev. 3900 ft.
There is a picnic area at Walton. Two miles south is the Goat Lick wildlife viewing area. The Goat Lick parking area is generally open May through October. Mountain goat sightings are best in early summer.

Waterton—elev. 4200 ft.
Most services available June through September. Some services available year-round.

Logan Pass photo
Logan Pass looking south. Photo: Tom Dougherty

Logan Pass—elev. 6640 ft.
The visitor center at Logan Pass is generally open mid-June through mid-October. Book sales are available in the visitor center and the Hidden Lake Nature Trail starts behind it. There is no phone, food, or beverage service available at Logan Pass.

Many Glacier—elev. 4900 ft.
Services are generally available June through late-September and include: boat rentals, boat cruises, campstore, campground, gift shops, horseback rides, restaurants, and showers. Lodging is available at the Many Glacier Hotel and the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn. The Many Glacier Ranger Station is open daily in the summer for information and book sales. Swiftcurrent Nature Trail starts at the picnic area, just east of the ranger station.

Polebridge—elev. 3600 ft.
Services are located outside the park in the community of Polebridge. The ranger station at the entrance to the park has book sales and information in the summer.

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