Pictures of Birds

Different bird species in Glacier National Park include; Woodpeckers, Flickers, Owls, Kingfishers, Doves and Pigeons, Hummingbirds, Grouse, Swifts, Wild Turkeys, Pheasants, Gulls, Plovers, Killdeers, Loons, Grebes, Egrets, Herons, Merlins, Falcons, Kestrels, Swans, Ducks and Mallards, Geese, Hawks, Ospreys, Eagles, Vultures, Swallows, Martins, Blackbirds, Orioles, Meadowlarks, Shrikes, Chickadees, Wrens, Robins, Bluebirds, Kingbirds, Kinglets, Juncos, Sparrows, Mockingbirds, Thrashers, Grosbeaks, Warblers, Crows, Blue Jays, Ravens, Nutcrackers, Crossbills, Finches, and more.

Pictures of Flowers & Plantlife

Glacier National Park plants and wildflowers include; Junipers, Mountain Maples, Mountain Ash, Huckleberry, Beargrass, Glacier Lilies, Trillium, Indian Paintbrush, Potentilla, Slivery Lupine, Skunk Cabbage, Wild Roses, Thimbleberry, Woods Lily, Pussytoes, Bunch Berry, Creeping Oregon Grate, Showy Fleabane Daisy, Leafy Asters, Butter & Eggs, Harebell, Western Meadowrue, Buttercups, Mountain Strawberries, Fireweed, Woodland Shooting Star, Violets, Queen’s Cup, Twin Flower, Orange Mountain Dandelion, Hooker’s Fairbells, and many more.

Pictures of Lakes & Rivers

Glacier National Park lakes and rivers include; Lake McDonald, Saint Mary Lake, McDonald Creek, Avalanche Lake, Iceberg Lake, Hidden Lake, Swiftcurrent Lake, Lake Josephine, Bowman Lake, Kintla Lake, Two Medicine Lake, Lake Sherburne, Iceberg Lake, Grinnell Lake, Harrison Lake, Rogers Lake, Trout Lake, Arrow Lake, Quartz Lake, Bullhead Lake, Redrock Lake, Logging Lake, Glenns Lake, Saint Mary River, Bowman Creek, Two Medicine Creek, Swiftcurrent Creek, Kintla Creek, Quartz Creek, Logging Creek, Camas Creek, Avalanche Creek, Reynolds Creek, Virginia Creek, Belly River, Nyack Creek, Bear Creek, North Fork of the Flathead River, Middle Fork of the Flathead River, and countless more.

Pictures of Landscapes

Glacier National Park encompasses over one million acres of prairie, tundra, rugged mountain peaks, glacially-formed valleys, and countless lakes and rivers. Wilderness backdrops include mountains, waterfalls, and spruce, fir, pine, cedar, hemlock, cottonwood, aspen, lodgepole and larch forests. Valley floors are covered with an assortment of plant life, grasses and wildflowers.

Pictures of Large Game

Large animals in and around Glacier National Park include; Mountain Goat, Big Horn Sheep, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Wolf, Coyote, Red Fox, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Lynx, Wolverine, North American River Otter, and more.

Pictures of Mountains

Glacier National Park mountains and mountain ranges include; Heaven’s Peak, Mt Oberlin, Reynolds Mountain, Rising Wolf Mountain, Mt Grinnell, Bearhat Mountain, Bearhead Mountain, Stanton Mountain, Mt Cannon, Mt Vaught, Longfellow Peak, Rainbow Peak, Mt Carter, Citadel Mountain, Bear Mountain, Mt Cleveland, Sinopah Mountain, Chief Mountain, Clements Mountain, Triple Divide Peak, Fusillade Mountain, Goat Haunt Mountain, Going-to-the-Sun Mountain, Little Chief Mountain, Mad Wolf Mountain, Mt Brown, Mt Jackson, Gunsight Mountain, Numa Peak, Kaina Mountain, Crowfeet Mountain, and more.

Pictures of Small Wildlife

Small animals in and around Glacier National Park include; Hoary Marmot, Columbian Ground Squirrel, Golden Mantel, Pika, Red Squirrel, Chipmunk, Pine Marten, Fisher, Snowshoe Hare, Mink, Muskrat, Long Tailed Weasel, and more.

Pictures of Trails & Forests

Glacier National Park trails and hikes include; Highline Trail, McDonald Creek Trail, Grinnell Glacier Trail, Pitamakan – Dawson Loop, Apgar Lookout Trail, Hidden Lake Overlook Trail, Lincoln Lake Trail, Ptarmigan Tunnel, Mount Brown Lookout Trail, Siyeh Pass Trail, Sperry Glacier Overlook Trail, Fishercap Lake – Redrock Falls Trail, Quartz Lake Loop, St. Mary And Virginia Falls Trail, Florence Falls Trail, Avalanche Lake Trail, Trail of the Cedars, Running Eagle Falls Trail, Rocky Point Trail, Iceberg Lake Trail, Bowman Lake Trail, Mt Brown Trail, Twin Falls Trail, Gunsight Pass Trail, Kintla Lake Trail, Logging Lake Trail, and many more.

Pictures of Winter

Popular Glacier National Park winter activities include downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. More challenging Glacier Park winter activities include mountain climbing and hiking. Whether it be a day trip or an extended back country experience, there’s plenty to do and the winterscapes are unforgettable. Although there is no lodging in the park, we’re open all year round and would love the opportunity to host you for a memorable winter adventure.