Hidden Lake - Hidden Lake Hidden Lake is one of the most visited places away from the road in Glacier National Park. Lying nearly at the top of the Continental Divide, the overlook of the lake is easily reached by a relatively flat hike of miles.
In 1932, Canada and Montana created the world’s first “international peace park” -- the union of Waterton Lakes National Park and Glacier National Park. Explore the area’s diverse geography, from prairies to mountains. Maybe even check into the Prince of Wales Hotel, overlooking the Canadian town of Waterton.
Glacier National Park is a natural park located in Montana on the U.S. Canada border. The park encompasses 1,000,000 acres and includes two mountain ranges, over 130 lakes, and 1,000 different species of plants and hundreds species of animals. The region that is now the park was first inhabited by Native Americans, dominated by the Blackfeet and the Flathead.
Glacier National Park is one of the greatest natural parks in North America. Spanning over a million acres and two mountain ranges at the United States-Canada border, it’s home to more than a thousand plant species and hundreds of animals—to say nothing of its sheer natural beauty, even when there’s not a single living creature [...]