It is great time to visit Glacier National Park. Please come and see us!
Summer Special Rates:
Two night minimum no longer applies for the summer. All rooms available for 1 night stay.
Special Rate: Book 3 or 4 nights and receive 5% off. Book 5 or 6 nights and receive 10% off. Or stay 7 days and the get one night free.
Prepayment Special: Prepay with no cancellation privelige/ no refund is 10% on 1 to 4 night stays.
Includes breakfast and all amenities. Book on line or call 406-892-2829 to book this rate. For NEW BOOKINGS ONLY. Rate applies to certain rooms ONLY.
Glacier National Park
Road Opening and Closing Dates. Closing date is when the road will be open west from St. Mary to Logan Pass, weather permitting. For further details click here
2017 Season for the Going to the Sun Road:
Open: Normally Mid June, firm date not set as of this positing.
Current Information for the Going to the Sun Road on Glacier Website : http://www.nps.gov/glac/planyourvisit/gttsrfaq.htm
When will the Going-to-the-Sun Road open in 2017?
Plowing the Going-to-the-Sun Road is a monumental challenge each year. Unpredictable spring snow storms or other weather related events can slow down plowing progress. It is not uncommon for plowing crews to need to re-plow sections of park roads when weather events happen. Safety for our plowing crews, contractors, and the public is our utmost concern and priority. These unknown factors make predicting the opening of the Going-to-the-Sun Road impossible. Our plowing status page provides information on where plows are working. As the status of the road changes, we immediately update our road status page. it should be noted that portions of the Going-to-the-Sun Road remain open all year and provide access to many locations and activities.
Portions of the Going-to-the-Sun Road remain open all year and provide access to many locations and activities.
When is the last time I can drive the entire length of the Going-to-the-Sun Road in 2016? Not announced as of April 30, 2016. Normally it is the last week of September.
Glacier National Park entrance rates starting May 1, 2016 are $30/single vehicle and $15/per person (hiker/biker/motorcyclist). An annual pass, good for unlimited entry to Glacier National Park for one year from the date of purchase, is $45. Even when the entrance stations are not staffed, entrance fees are still required. Follow the posted instructions to pay the entrance fee at the self-pay stations at each entrance. Senior citizens have special rates that are much lower.
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