Glacier National Park, USA
Glacier National Park is a magnificent piece of unspoiled nature located in northwestern Montana. The landscape is mountainous with valleys formed by huge glaciers that formed here during the last ice age. Today, 27 glaciers remain.
Interestingly, in 1921 construction began on one of the most beautiful scenic drives in North America, 80.5 km long and called the "Road to the Sun". More than 1,120 km of hiking trails have been laid in the park. There are over 1,600 km of rivers and streams and more than 2,000 lakes, one of which is the beautiful glacial Lake St. Mary.
Glacier Park is covered with dense coniferous forests, but there is also no shortage of deciduous aspen and poplar species. Among the animals found are grizzly bears, Canada lynx, moose, deer, cougar, and more.
In the Glacier Park there are also beautiful old cabins, where rest after a pleasant walk is a real pleasure.