Smart Hiking: Plenty of Water / snacks / sunscreen / emergency medical supplies / matches / extra coat or layers / bug
repellant / Bear Spray!! Never approach or surprise bears!! Visit the Visitors Center in St. Mary or the Ranger Station
before your hike to get updated information and current trail status and conditions. Pets are not allowed on trails or in back
-Trail information, status (closed or open) Visit: http://www.nps.gov/glac/planyourvisit/trailstatusreports.htm
Fishing: The primary purpose of Glacier national Park is to perserve natural ecosystems for their aesthetic, educational, cultural, and scientific values. Through the management of fish and aquatic environments, the park hopes to encourage an appreciation for the preservation of native fishes in natural and mostly undisturbed aquatic habituates. Fishing is permitted when consistent with preservation or restoration of natural aquatic environments. To fulfill these objectives, cert regulations, guidelines, and courtesies must be followed.
For Open water information, season and limits, Bait and equipment and boating permits – Visit: http://www.nps/glac/planyourvisit/fishing.htm.
For Blackfeet Reservation License information, Recreational Activity, Big Game Hunts / Fishing Report…Visit: http://blackfeetfishandwildlife.net
For State/Park Licensing…Visit: http://fwp.mt.gov/fishing/regulations