Glacier National Park is on the Canadian border in state of Montana. It is also the most charming park I have seen. The pristine beauty, incredibly tall pine tree forests, beautiful streams, lakes and rivers and the historic park lodge made this a favorite spot on our tour. We arrived in the afternoon and set up camp where we were repeatedly warned about the possibility of bears entering the campsite. So we had to keep all our food and supplies in the car. The temperature was on the cold side (about 35 degrees in the morning) but turned into a glorious day. We had a full day of taking in this incredible park. We began with a tour of Lake McDonald on a cruiser that has been doing this for almost 80 years. Lunch in the lodge was fabulous and would you believe I had the best New England clam chowder ever. Then we took a ride on the famed “Going to the Sun Road”. This winding road ascends several thousand feet from the park elevation to Logan Pass at over 6000 feet above sea level. It was a breathtaking drive not just for the beauty of the vistas but also for the curving, skinny road that hugs the mountain as it juts out over the cliffs. Totally worth it. Finishing the day with a hike to a stunning waterfall made this trip to Glacier a wonderful experience and a HIGHLY recommended park for all travelers.