There’s a reason Glacier National Park is called the Crown of the Continent. Inside the park’s 1 million acres you’ll find glacial-carved terrain, rushing waterfalls, snow-covered mountain peaks and 734 miles of trails, all perfectly complemented by the Going-to-the-Sun Road, which is a drive that can only be described as epic.
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Accessible ADA information: Keep an eye out for scenic pullouts along the Going-to-the Sun Road. One not-to-be-missed stop: McDonalds Falls. Located approximately 12 miles from the park’s west entrance. Trail of the Cedars is a wonderful 1-mile scenic loop on a wide wooden boardwalk. In addition, the park’s shuttles are ADA accessible. Plus, many of ranger-led evening programs are held in venues that are accessible for individuals with a mobile disability, including Apgar Campground amphitheater, Fish Creek Campground amphitheater, Lake McDonald Lodge auditorium, Many Glacier Campground auditorium, Many Glacier Hotel auditorium, Rising Sun Campground amphitheater and St. Mary Visitor Center auditorium. More here.