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Screenshot courtesy of http://www.outdoorlife.com/photos/gallery/hunting/2009/05/death-dive
Screenshot courtesy of http://www.outdoorlife.com/photos/gallery/hunting/2009/05/death-dive
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Glacier National Park Mountain Lion Attacks Big Horn Sheep, Both Fall to Gruesome Deaths on Park Road [Photos]

A gristly set of four-year-old photos has been circling the web recently on reddit and the photo site imgur portraying the violent conclusion to a wildlife brawl in Glacier National Park.

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How to Stay Safe in Bear Country

I just saw that over three-quarters of a million people visited Yellowstone Park last month. That’s a lot of people. This is peak vacation time for both of our national parks.

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Glacier National Park Loco Steve
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Non-Resident Travel Contributes to Over $258 Million Dollars to Missoula Economy [AUDIO]

The Institute for Tourism and Economic Research at the University of Montana recently completed a study of the eight counties in what is called Glacier Country. Non-resident travel contributed over $250 million dollars to the economy of Missoula County alone.

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An icon of Glacier Park (Photo courtesy NPS/Flickr)
An icon of Glacier Park (Photo courtesy NPS/Flickr)
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Red Buses Will Remain in Glacier Park

In a quick turnaround from Wednesday, the National Park Service says it is modifying the terms of the concessions contract in Glacier National Park to make it clear the park intends to keep its fleet of 33 red tourist

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Red Bus on the road in Glacier Park (Photo courtesy NPS/Flickr)
Red Bus on the road in Glacier Park (Photo courtesy NPS/Flickr)
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Glacier Park’s Red Buses to Be Replaced

Fans of Glacier National Park's red tour buses are upset that the park's new concessions contract calls for replacing half of the buses with alternative fuel vehicles by 2029. Former tour bus driver Bruce Austin says it would be an "absolute tragedy" to remove any of the red buses from the fleet

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Fort Missoula Plan
image courtesy of Missoula Parks and Recreation
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Fort Missoula Trail Selected as One of America’s Best [AUDIO]

There are only two projects in Montana that have qualified as signature projects of America's Outdoor Initiative and the soon to be completed Fort Missoula Regional park is one of them.The other is the Crown of the Continent, which includes Glacier National Park and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area.

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Photo courtesy of karynsig/flickr
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Here’s What’s Going on in Glacier

Want an amazing summer vacation that's close to home?

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Free Admission For Active Duty Members
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Glacier, Yellowstone Free For Our Troops

Starting this Saturday, Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks along with 396 other sites will have a free annual pass to active military members.

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glaciernps, Flickr
glaciernps, Flickr
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Put Your Winter Camping Gifts to Good Use at Glacier National Park [PICTURES, VIDEO]

The snow might be falling, but you can still hike through the wilderness this winter and enjoy some backcountry camping inGlacier National Park.

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Photo From winterinyellowstone.com
Photo From winterinyellowstone.com
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Free Park Week

Next week is National Parks Week. Most of the roads aren't even plowed in the national parks in Montana, but hey its free. But hang on, you will get another chance to visit free of charge at a later date.

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Photo From www.nps.gov
Photo From www.nps.gov
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New Quarter Unveiled For Glacier

Glacier National Park will be featured on one of the U.S. Mint's new "America the Beautiful" quarters this year.

The National Park Service says it's one of five new coins in the series honoring national parks.

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Photo from www.nps.gov
Photo from www.nps.gov
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Glacier Sees Above Normal Snow Levels

When there is more snow than park officials  has seen in many years, I begin to wonder where does global warming come into the equation? Don't get me wrong, I know the glaciers are receding but wow, look at all the snow!

Crews plowing roads in Glacier National Park say they are encountering substantial amounts of snow — in some cases between 20 percent and 40 percent more than normal levels.

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