Where is Glacier Bay National Park?
Together with the Waterton Lakes National Park on the Canadian side, Glacier National Park in the north of the US Rockies was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1976 and 1979 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 as a unit of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
The Glacier National Park is especially characterized by its high number of glaciers and boasts not wrongly, as the “stone” crown of the North West”. Magnificent mountain lakes such as Lake McDonald or St. Mary Lake, forests, mats covered in bear grass in the spring, glaciers and rugged peaks determine the image of this natural paradise, whose true face is only visible to hikers.
The Logan Pass, which is 2.026 m high, is the highest point of the “Going-to-The-Sun-Road” built in 1933, which winds through the Park in serpentines. The 80 km long road follows the southern shore of Lake McDonald, then passes the Logan Pass and continues in serpentine along the shore of the picturesque St. Mary Lake, on whose sparkling water surface reflects the peaks of the surrounding granite giants.
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