Ticket System Implemented at All Glacier Entrances

Visitors excited about enjoying the beautiful views, hikes, and more at Glacier National Park can still do so, as long as they have received a ticket. This is not to be confused with a park pass, which each vehicle will also need. The ticketing system is to ensure the roads and trails do not get overcrowded. The ticketing system was first implemented in 2021 for the Going to the Sun Road and will be in effect at all entrances, including the Polebridge Ranger Station, during the 2022 summer season.

The Going to the Sun Road and North Fork tickets will be two separate tickets. The National Park Service has indicated that a portion of tickets will become available in March. To obtain a visitor’s ticket, you will need to visit the Recreation.gov site. The site charges a $2 nonrefundable reservation for your ticket. We believe you can also get tickets in person at the Visitors Center, but it is best to ensure you can get them by reserving your tickets ahead of time.

For more information on tickets, visit the Glacier National Park site.

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