Glacier National Park in Montana and Watertown Lakes National Park in Alberta offer a contiguous high-country wonderland of rock, ice, water, and wood

"Crown of the Continent" is an able moniker for this pair of parks, which highlight probably the most amazing mountain view in North America. Consolidated since 1932 as the world's first worldwide harmony park, Glacier National Park in Montana and Watertown Lakes National Park in Alberta offer an adjacent high-nation wonderland of shake, ice, water, and wood. 

This darling park in northwestern Montana takes its name from its numerous icy masses and the frosty powers that formed its rough geology more than 2,000,000 years. While the recreation center is as yet home to in excess of twelve icy masses, much progressively great are the huge U-formed valleys and massive rock pinnacles cut by some time in the past ice streams.

Among the numerous milestones along Going-to-the-Sun Road are Avalanche Creek with its antiquated hemlock-cedar timberland, a devilish bend called the Loop, a roadside Weeping Wall, and the ignore for enormous Jackson Glacier. The Continental Divide parts the street at the 6,646-foot-high (2,025.7 m) Logan Pass, where a guest focus and book shop give cover from the cold good country climate. 

Mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and marmots possess the rough slants around Logan Pass, which is likewise a center point for a few incredible climbs, including the family-accommodating Animal Super Heroes Trail and the 1.5-mile (2.4-km) nature trail to Hidden Lake. The western finish of Lake St. Mary, where trails lead to three mind blowing cascades, is another incredible spot to climb. 

Apgar Village stays the western stopping point with its lakeside lodgings, eateries, shops, and guest focus. During summer, beautiful travels keep running along Lake McDonald; kayaks, kayaks, rowboats, and paddleboats are additionally accessible for lease. Camas Road travels north from the town to lakeshore access at Rocky Point and a scaffold over the North Fork Flathead River that gives an incredible roost to snapping picturesque shots of the front range. A harsh rock street proceeds into the recreation center's once in a while visited North Fork Area and super-segregated outdoors spots adjacent to Kintla Lake and Bowman Lake. 

Icy mass' east side is limited by the Blackfeet Nation and reservation towns like East Glacier that oblige park guests. Simply outside East Glacier is a staggering however lesser-known piece of the recreation center: Two Medicine, where the Blackfeet once attempted holy transitional experiences. Trails wander around three lakes and along a brook to Running Eagle Falls, which spouts through a mammoth stone hole.