Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is a large protected area in northern Montana on the border with Canada and contains countless pristine lakes and two mountain ranges (both sub-ranges of the Rockies) within its vast area, as well as areas of tundra and praries.
The park contains thousands of types of plants and hundreds of animals, including almost all its original native species - the flora in the ecosystem here is dominated by coniferous forests, including spruce, fir, pine and larch. Some of the large mammals that can be seen in the park include grizzly bearss, moose, marmots, lynxes and mountain goats.
Glacier offers some wonderful trekking opportunities through its the forests, mountains and lakes. There are some incredible scenic drives through the park, especially over the Going-to-the-Sun Road that heads over the Logan Pass and crosses the Continental Divide.