Fall in love with the park's unforgettable scenery―sapphire lakes, knife-edge ridges, hanging valleys, and towering peaks
Courtesy Montana Office of Tourism
Glacier’s Going-to-the-Sun Road is 52 miles of wonderment: a sinuous lesson in geological, ecological, and human history on the largest possible scale. Three companies went broke trying to construct this mountain highway, which was finished―after 13 years of work by Italian, Russian, and Montanan laborers―in 1932. Considered an engineering feat, it is one of the most scenic roads in North America.