NPS Seeking Your Input for Glacier National Park

WEST GLACIER, Mont. [August 16, 2023] – The NPS is seeking input for Glacier National Park until September 30, 2023. Thier aim is to enhance visitor experiences for 2024. Public meetings, both virtual and in-person, in late August will explain past vehicle reservation pilots and gather opinions.

Over the past 20 years, annual visits have doubled, causing peak-season congestion. Pilot vehicle reservations were initiated in 2021 to address traffic issues and resource impacts. Data analysis and community feedback refined the system. Superintendent Dave Roemer emphasizes public input’s importance in devising strategies for managing high visitation in 2024. Various meetings will provide details and engage with the community. The goal is to ensure access while preserving the park and visitor experiences, aligning with the National Park Service mission.

This news story is based on a press release from the National Park Service, which was issued on August 16, 2023. You can read the original release here.

Glacier National Park, MT is a Must Visit

If you haven’t been to Glacier National Park, you will definitely want to add this to your bucket list. Located in Montana, Glacier NP is a stunning wilderness known for its majestic mountains, pristine lakes, and diverse ecosystems. It’s home to iconic attractions like the Going-to-the-Sun Road and offers ample opportunities for hiking, wildlife viewing, and outdoor adventures. The park’s awe-inspiring landscapes and rich biodiversity make it a haven for nature enthusiasts and photographers.

Here are a couple articles I’ve written to give you a sense of what a visit to this extraordinary park is like:

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