Glacier National Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Winter weather dictates when most guest facilities are open. Generally, most facilities are accessible to visitors between late May and early September. Park roads experience seasonal closures due to snow, and visitors should check the park's website
for current conditions and closures when planning their trip.
Summer is the peak season in the park, but the other seasons offer similarly excellent opportunities to explore the park, although with fewer amentities. Fall
is magnificent, but visitors must be more self-reliant as fewer facilities are open. Winter
brings a snow-covered environment that's conducive to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Spring
is a short and late-arriving season with spectacular opportunities for wildflower viewing.
Fees & Passes
- Private Vehicle: $30 for 7 days / Winter Rate (November 1 - April 30): $20 for 7 days
- Motorcycle: $25 for 7 days / Winter Rate (November 1 - April 30): $15 for 7 days
- Per Person: $15 for 7 days / Winter Rate (November 1 - April 30): $10 for 7 days
- Glacier National Park Annual Pass: $50 per year
- Purchase an annual pass for all national parks sites, $80
To learn more about park fees, click here