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Glacier National Park: A Gorgeous Slice of Montana

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Glacier National Park - Lake McDonaldLocated in picturesque Montana, Glacier National Park, straddling the United States-Canadian border, is a must see for any nature lover. With over 760 lakes, amazing mountain peaks, beautiful waterfalls, and many hiking trails, there is plenty to see and do at this destination which is truly a national treasure.


President Taft established Glacier National Park as the 10th national park in 1910. With 3.3 million annual visitors in 2017, Glacier sees fewer adventurers than it’s Wyoming-Montana-Idaho cousin: Yellowstone, but it still makes the “Top 10” list of most visited national parks.


Glacier National Park - Grinell Glacier

Grinell Glacier

It is called Glacier National Park, so make sure to take in one of the 25 remaining glaciers; some predictions say they may be gone by 2020. Sperry and Grinnell are fairly accessible and a sight to behold.


Take a bike ride to the Going to the Sun Road and witness 52 miles of breathtaking views. If you don’t feel like pedaling, take a drive, or hop on of the famous 1930s era red buses. With 33 buses in their fleet, these historic rides are possibly the oldest fleet of touring vehicles in the world.

Glacier National Park - Bighorn sheep

Bighorn Sheep


Glacier National Park also has a diverse population of wildlife. Majestic prairie elk, mountain goats and bighorn sheep are just a few of the animals you may see. The park also is home to the largest population of grizzly bears in the lower 48 states, so you may have a run in, just be safe.


Buying a timeshare resale near this historic and timeless Montana park is a great way to come back and enjoy a fantastic vacation year after year.

Glacier National Park - Sacred Dancing Cascade

Sacred Dancing Cascade

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Written by Web Author: Shawn Romanick


Visit the World’s First National Park: Yellowstone

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This year the National Park Service in the United States turns 100. This is the first in a series of blogs celebrating the rich heritage of the national parks and examining many of the United States’ most iconic destinations.
Grizzly BearLocated mostly in Northwestern Wyoming and parts of Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park is perhaps the most famous of all the national parks in the United States. Made a national park in 1872, Yellowstone is not only the country’s first national park, but also the first in the world. Known for its volcanic landscape and spouting geysers, the most famous of which of course is Old Faithful, Yellowstone is a must see destination for any park lover. With a high concentration of mammals like bears, wolves, elk, and bison, just to name a few, and all of the other naturally occurring wonders like petrified forests, hot springs, and mud pots, it is no wonder the park sees millions of visitors annually.
Old FaithfulYellowstone is famously known for its geysers. The park boasts nearly 500 active geysers, close to 60% of all of the geysers in the world. There are four great areas of the park to view these wonders, Lone Star Geyser, which requires a day hike, the Lower Geyser Basin, the Midway Geyser Basin, and the Upper Geyser Basin, where Old Faithful is located. Old Faithful still erupts regularly, and many buildings and viewing areas have been established for you to view the phenomenon people from all over the world have come to see.
The Mammoth Hot Springs area of the park is a great place to not only explore the thermal features from boardwalks, or by snowshoe, but to learn about the park from the Albright Visitor Center, or to take in some of the history. In the 1880s, when park caretakers were overwhelmed by the influx of those looking to exploit the area, such as poachers and vandals, U.S. soldiers came to oversee the protection of this national treasure. You can take a guided, or self-guided tour of Fort Yellowstone, where 35 structures remain from the army’s time administering the park.
Tower CreekThe Tower-Roosevelt area of the park is a wonderful place to take in some nature and capture some breathtaking views. Take a hike to majestic Tower Fall, which has been documented by some of the earliest European visitors to the region and the inspiration for many artists. Visit the Calcite Springs Overlook and view the Yellowstone River and catch a glimpse of red-tailed hawks and big horn sheep. If you would like to get off of your feet for a bit, stop by The Roosevelt Lodge, built in 1920, and determined to be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Kick off your shoes and have a seat on the porch.
Buying a timeshare is a great way to see all of the natural beauty Idaho, Montana and Wyoming have to offer year after year. Contact Premier Timeshare Resale and one of our agents will gladly answer any questions you may have about purchasing a great yearly vacation property.

Written by: Shawn Romanick, Web Author