Whether it's the sophistication of The Firebrand Hotel or you're getting off the grid to glamp against a backdrop of the Canadian Rockies, Glacier National Park has a little piece of perfection for everyone. As you ride the smooth pavement of the Going-to-the-Sun Road, your soundtrack will include the echo of Bird Woman Falls and the vast silences of the hinterland. There's no better time to visit this undiscovered country because only 25 glaciers remain, and with every passing day, they get a little smaller. If you're lucky enough to have some extra time in Montana before or after your trip, take advantage of all the great opportunities this state has, like hiking, rafting, fishing and horseback riding. So pack up your all-weather gear and get training - it's time for an adventure as big as the glacier itself.
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