Glacier National Park is a hikers paradise boasts over 700 miles of trails ranging from short nature walks to extended backpacks traveling through some of the most spectacular and wild country in the Rockies.
Between 50 and 60 million years ago, a massive uplift created the Beartooth Plateau. At roughly 3,000 square miles, the Beartooth Plateau is one of North America's largest land masses rising above 10,000 feet, reaching its highest point at 12,799-ft. Granite Peak. This is a land of glacier-carved cirques, high alpine lakes and fragile tundra. The plateau, part of the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, is know simply as the Beartooths.