As of July 12, 2024, a fire ban is in effect in all day use areas, picnic sites, backcountry campgrounds and frontcountry campgrounds within Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks.

Glacier National Park

With exceptional alpine scenery and deep valleys filled with ancient forests, Glacier National Park is a year-round paradise. Scale its heights following trails pioneered by legendary Swiss mountain guides, take a gentle stroll amid moss-draped old-growth cedars or hike through alpine meadows strewn with lichen-covered boulders. After a day's exploring, sink into an armchair before a roaring fire and steep yourself in the history of Rogers Pass, the final link in the railway that brought Canada together as a nation.

Rogers Pass Discovery Centre

The Rogers Pass Discovery Centre is open year-round and offers up-to-date park information, visitor services, and interpretive exhibits.

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Get prepared and stay safe before your visit by checking the latest trail conditions, openings, restrictions and more.

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Camping and accommodations

Frontcountry and backcountry campgrounds in the park, including reservations, operating hours, facilities and more.

Visiting Glacier National Park

Activities and experiences

Things to do, trails, programs, events, itineraries, red chairs, and viewpoints.

Plan your visit

Maps and directions, how to get here, facility hours, weather, visiting with dogs, services, and accessibility 

Calendar of events

Take part in a wide range of events, special activities and memorable experiences in this unique place in Canada.

Tours and programs

Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences. 


Seasonal and annual admission passes. Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.

Safety and guidelines

Important bulletins, seasonal safety, park regulations, wildlife safety, weather, and environment.

About Glacier National Park

Nature and science

Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research.

Culture and history

History, culture, cultural landscape, designation information.

Stewardship and management

Jobs, partners, permits and licenses, public consultations, plans, and policies.

Glacier National Park is accessible by car or bus via the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1).

Contact Glacier National Park

General inquiries: 250-837-7500


For emergencies within the park: 1.877.852.3100

PO Box 350
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0

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More places to discover with Parks Canada

Mount Revelstoke National Park

Stroll through brilliant wildflower meadows, or lie back in awe atop a mountain peak. From lush green valley to mountain summit, all is within a leisurely day’s drive at Mount Revelstoke National Park.

Rogers Pass National Historic Site

Discover the role Rogers Pass played in the transcontinental Canadian Pacific Railway. Follow an abandoned rail line to the ruins of a Victorian-era resort, where legendary Swiss mountain guides forged popular trails and climbing routes.

Yoho National Park

In the shadow of the Great Divide, Yoho’s towering rockwalls, spectacular waterfalls and soaring peaks reveal the secrets of ancient life, the power of ice and water and the stories of plants and animals that continue to evolve today.

Kootenay National Park

With diverse terrain embracing everything from arid grasslands to glaciers, Kootenay National Park offers the full Rocky Mountain experience along the historic Banff-Windermere Highway. Take a scenic drive or stay and explore the park’s treasures.

Banff National Park

Founded in 1885, Banff is Canada’s first national park and part of the first national park system in the world. With its soaring peaks, azure lakes and abundant wildlife, this Rocky Mountain park attracts millions of visitors every year.

Jasper National Park

Abundant in natural beauty, wildlife, lakes, waterfalls and mountains, Jasper is a wild and wondrous place to visit year-round.

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