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16 National Parks to Visit in the Winter Instead of the Summer

1. Glacier National Park, Montana Glacier National Park’s alpine meadows and rugged mountains are what make it perfect to visit in the winter. Go on one of the guided snowshoe walks or watch the sunset at Lake McDonald. You can also go camping – auto camping is available at the Apgar Picnic Area and St. Mary Campground. There is no charge for camping in the winter, but you need to get a backcountry permit. (Photo: National Park Service)

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Take in the amazing scenic parks of America including Zion, Bryce, Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Grand Canyon.

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Saint Mary Lake, Montana Saint Mary Lake is the second largest lake in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Located on the east side of the park, the Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its north shore. - Google+

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from About.com Travel

5 Montana RV Parks You Must Visit

5 Montana RV Parks You Must Visit: Glacier National Park is just one reason to RV in Montana.

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Glacier vs. Yellowstone National Parks: How do They Compare? An Infographic from HomeAway Travel Ideas

Glacier vs. Yellowstone National Parks: How do They Compare? An Infographic from HomeAway Travel Ideas

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12 Once-in-a-Lifetime Camping Sites

Montana's Glacier National Park is home to 700 miles of breathtaking trails that wind through lakes, mountain ranges and glaciers--it's the perfect spot for a relaxing camping trip.

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Favorite Glacier National Park Hikes

Our favorite Glacier National Park hikes. Moderate hikes for the active baby boomer traveler. Add this suggestion to your Montana travel plans. Hiking in Glacier National Park is definitely an experience to add to the bucket list.

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