Fears that the coronavirus pandemic could cripple their cultural knowledge by striking their elders prompted the Blackfeet Nation to effectively close the eastern side of Glacier National Park through the summer and … Limited ranger-led programming may resume based on staffing availability and current health guidance. The Going-to-the-Sun Road is open at the West Entrance. Visit our keyboard shortcuts docs for details. Second latest ever, only to a 1943 when WWII reduced available crews. As plowing operations and road conditions allow, spring hiker-biker access will be allowed on the Going-to-the-Sun Road from Lake McDonald Lodge or Avalanche Creek once the park reopens and until the Going-to-the-Sun Road opens in its entirety for the season. The campground has a vault toilet. Actively monitor changing conditions (in park and out) and adjust operations accordingly. An 18-year-old female from Missoula was declared deceased after resuscitation efforts by members of the diving group and first responders were unsuccessful. Several species of birds winter in the park as well. If conditions allow, the opening of the Going-to-the-Sun Road over Logan Pass would happen during Phase 2. Visitor service operations will start conservatively and will expand if conditions allow, or contract if necessary. Visitor information is available in person at Headquarters (Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, except holidays) and Apgar Visitor Center (open weekends from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm), or by phone at (406) 888-7800. WEST GLACIER, Mont. These plans should outline actions taken to protect contract employees at work, in remote housing areas, and in other areas frequented. Glacier National Park plans to re-open soon. Several trails in the Apgar Village area are available for winter skiing and snowshoeing and may be viewed on the Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing page of the park website. Winter recreation brochures and maps are available at Park Headquarters and the Apgar Visitor Center. Concession and partner operators will develop specific guidelines for workforce protection, consistent with facility opening. Bookstore operations will be subject to the same safety and mitigation measures outlined for visitor centers. Glacier National Park will begin to increase recreational access and services on a limited basis on June 8. Glacier has been closed to visitors since March 27, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to opening, park staff may utilize protective barriers at information stations, control access, and increase cleaning frequency. However, the park may not be able to actively manage visitation in high-use areas and will depend on the public to adhere to CDC and local health guidelines. The Many Glacier Road will remain closed to public access until June 12 due to road construction. While these economic stressors do not override health concerns, they are being considered. With all of the awesome things to do in spectacular Glacier National Park, it’s an adventurer's paradise, and Going-to-the-Sun Road is a stunning drive. Developing protective measures to reduce exposure risks in areas open in Phase 1 and 2 including PPE and special equipment to enhance cleaning of facilities; established response protocols for first responders; and adjust to the types of medical calls that NPS personnel respond. Partner Engagement While the timing of the park’s temporary closure occurred during the shoulder season, the economic stress and impacts associated with the closure are continuing to grow substantially as the summer months approach. Visitor services are very limited. Apgar Village Visitors who are sick should not visit the park. What will be open beginning June 8? Ranger-Led Programs Frontcountry Camping Superintendent Jeff Mow announced the closure late Friday in response to a statewide stay-at-home order, as well as guidance from Flathead and Glacier counties and the Blackfeet Nation. Information is also available at 406-888-7929. The remaining campgrounds are not expected to open. The park’s goal is to reopen safely, minimize risks to visitors and employees, allow visitor access Glacier and help restart local economies. Waterton Lakes National Park has suspended all operations until at least May 31. The park has been closed to visitors since March 24 due to the COVID-19 pandemic but announced its decision to … Dormitory and shared housing configurations will be adjusted to support COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Wear face-coverings in high-visitation areas and inside visitor facilities. High-use areas will be signed and monitored. Expanded Backcountry Use Use of face coverings will be voluntary, but visitors will be encouraged to wear appropriate facial protection during their visit. A reduced number of visitors will be allowed in visitor centers at a given time. Develop consistent operating plans (NPS and partners) that focus on safe reopening actions. At present, Montana has a 14-day quarantine restriction for out-of-state travelers until June 1. Should states, counties, or the Blackfeet Nation reinstate major health restrictions due to unacceptably high COVID-19 infection rates, the park is prepared to scale back facilities and operations as necessary, in conjunction with these restrictions. Visitors can use trails and boardwalks that are accessible from open park roads. Facilities and operations will undergo risk assessments and be subject to a range of mitigation actions consistent with local, state, and national guidance. Risk assessments and mitigation actions will be developed throughout the park. Additional Facilities & Services Availability is first-come, first-served. Near park entrances visitors can take advantage of updated information on the Travelers’ Information Station at 1610 AM. Maintain social distancing of six feet (1.8m), especially in high-visitation areas (in visitor facilities, on popular trails, while viewing wildlife, etc.). As an iconic unit of the national park system, Glacier serves a worldwide audience. Over the course of the closure, the park has maintained very close contact with these partners. Glacier National Park is closed until further notice because of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the park closure, the park superintendent has worked closely with the Montana state governor’s office to determine the proper timing for reopening based on COVID-19 conditions in Montana. Going-to-the-Sun Road and Visitor Transportation Service Waterfowl may be observed on Lake McDonald and Ravens will likely make an appearance. Aquatic invasive species inspection stations will be operational in Apgar. Expanded Personal Boating Large-scale road construction projects will continue during this time and visitors should expect travel delays up to 40 minutes each way from Babb to the Many Glacier Hotel. Follow local, state, and national health guidance. Phase 2 will likely extend through July, at a minimum. WEST GLACIER, Mont. Based on conversations with the governor’s office, tribal partners, and local county health departments, the park superintendent expects that the reopening of the park will occur during Phase 2 of the State of Montana’s plan, Reopening the Big Sky Phased Approach. Limiting public/visitor interface during Phases 1 and 2. WEST GLACIER — Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local public health authorities, Glacier National Park is increasing recreational access and services on a limited basis on June 8. Some facilities and events will be closed or canceled. On-the-Go food service will be offered during Phase 2 and 3. The NPS will continue working with state and local health officials and the Blackfeet Nation to share information regarding COVID-19 infection rates, hospital and testing capacity, monitoring actions, and the ability to isolate infected employees. Restrooms at the Apgar Visitor Center will be open throughout the winter. A water bottle filling station is located at the Apgar Visitor Center located approximately two miles north of the West Entrance. Glacier National Park Begins Transition to Winter As is typical for this time of year much of the road access to the park has closed for the season. There is no running water. Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer. Implementation Timing The park listened to these perspectives and considered them when developing this phased approach. Backcountry Permits By: Matt Holzapfel. Protect employees and the public from COVID-19 transmission risks by implementing mitigation actions consistent with local, state, and federal health guidelines. Outdoor. Limited Trails By mid to late May, most roads will be open for vehicle travel with the exception of the Going-to-the-Sun Road. During the late-fall and winter, weather forces most roads in the park to close. It is uncertain if conditions will allow the Visitor Transportation Service (shuttles) to operate. The park will reopen its west gate entrance at West Glacier next Monday and it will be open until 4:30 p.m. each day, according to a statement Tuesday from Jeff Mow, the park… Spring is a beautiful and quiet time to be in Glacier National Park. Glacier National Park Current Road Status as of 4:50PM Mountain Time on 9-6-2020 Visitors can drive 43.0 miles from the West Entrance to Rising Sun. The park will open personal boating on Lake McDonald as part of Phase 2. Public access to some roads and limited trails will be permitted. Reservations can be made by visiting www.recreation.gov and searching for Glacier National Park. Please do not approach or feed wildlife, and observe them with binoculars, spotting scopes, or long telephotos lenses. The park will open facilities listed in Phase 2 when safe and appropriate mitigation measures have been developed and implemented. The decision to close was based largely on requests and recommendations from local health officers in Flathead and Glacier counties, the Blackfeet Nation, and the State of Montana. Additional staffing will focus on visitor/ wildlife interface and other services as needed. Permits may be obtained, in-person, up to 24 hours in advance at the Apgar Backcountry Permit office. Shared bathroom configurations will be reviewed by public health officials and will determine what actions will be taken to reduce exposure risks. The season arrives later in the year and is still much colder than most places. There will be fewer staff and services available in the park in 2020. Limited Visitor Centers and Ranger Stations With all of the awesome things to do in spectacular Glacier National Park, it’s an adventurer's paradise, and Going-to-the-Sun Road is a stunning drive. Park partners will determine their opening schedules in coordination with the park. and last updated 2020-05-23 21:54:50-04. Please check locally and on the park website for current information and continue to follow CDC guidelines. Cleaning frequency of campground restrooms will increase. During Phase 3, Apgar Campground may open to first-come, first-served, walk-in camping. Many Glacier Campground may open for camping by reservation-only through recreation.gov. Elements in Phase 3 will not be implemented until the park and its partners have had time to evaluate the impacts from opening operations and facilities outlined in Phases 1 and 2 and it is deemed safe to open additional services and facilities. This plan articulates the phased reopening sequence that is focused on protecting the park employees, volunteers, partners, and the public. From here head south on Highway 89 make your way to one of the best kept secrets of Glacier; Looking Glass Highway. Background The park will continue to assess operations and anticipated services based on the latest public health guidance. The section of the road between Rising Sun and St. Mary Entrance is closed due to COVID-19 operating requirements. During the winter white-tailed deer are the most frequently seen large mammals. In Phase 2, Fish Creek and St. Mary Campgrounds will open for reservations through recreation.gov. Glacier will provide maximum flexibility to park partners to adjust operations and operating hours. The unplowed section of the Going-to-the-Sun Road, beyond Lake McDonald Lodge, is also a popular winter ski and snowshoe route. Going-to-the-Sun Road to Open July 13, 2020 The famous Going-to-the-Sun Road traverses the width of Glacier National Park and is a must-drive while you are here. Generator use is prohibited at ALL TIMESin the following campgrounds: Fish Creek, C Loop. Providing maximum flexibility for park positions eligible for telework. GLACIER NATIONAL PARK - The camping season is about to begin in the park. Posted at 7:44 PM, May 23, 2020 . Phase 3 will require additional staffing for the National Park Service (NPS) and park partners, which means associated risks will need to be assessed. The park may also limit the number of vehicles and/or people entering high congestion areas. If you are sick, do not visit the park. A permit is required for backcountry camping. Sneeze or cough into a tissue, or the inside of your elbow. Informational exhibits will be available at Park Headquarters and the Apgar Visitor Center. Law enforcement, emergency medical service, and fire personnel will be in place when the road systems open. Lobby access to buildings will be allowed for overnight guests only. Private businesses in Apgar Village may decide to operate when the park reopens. When Glacier can safely provide backcountry experiences including trail maintenance and open backcountry campsites, the park will issue first-come, first-served, walk-in backcountry camping permits as conditions allow. The Blackfeet Nation has an ordinance in place through May 31 that restricts non-essential travel on the Blackfeet Reservation including the borders and roads accessing Glacier National Park from the Blackfeet Reservation. Spring Hiker-Biker Access The Going-to-the-Sun-Road will open over Logan Pass during Phase 2. Access to the eastern half of Glacier National Park, including the Many Glacier area, is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic/Rebecca Latson file. COVID-19 Precautions The Waterton Inter-nation Shoreline Cruise operations are to be determined. Limited Campgrounds Additional backcountry trails and campgrounds may be maintained as conditions and staffing allow. [November 2, 2020] – On Sunday, November 1 at approximately 5:50 p.m., a Glacier National Park Ranger responded to a report of a scuba diving accident at Lake McDonald. The park is working with individual commercial visitor service operators to ensure appropriate COVID-19 mitigation measures are in place. These facilities and operations will undergo risk assessments and be subject to a range of mitigation actions consistent with local, state, and national guidance. There are full-service grocery stores outside the park in Hungry Horse and Columbia Falls. The NPS will operate a range of public restrooms throughout the park and is developing the safest methods and time frames for cleaning and disinfecting (following CDC and NPS guidance). Come prepared. Starting June 26, the Fish Creek Campground will open for the summer. In Phase 2, some visitor services and facilities would open if they can be staffed and operated safely. Depending on weather conditions the road will be open to Avalanche Creek or Lake McDonald Lodge. Rising Sun, Two Medicine, Cut Bank, Avalanche, and Sprague Creek Campgrounds, along with the campgrounds in the North Fork area are not expected to open in 2020. Over the course of the closure, the park has maintained very close contact with these partners. The park will continue to work closely with the State of Montana and the Blackfeet Nation to reopen when conditions allow. The decision to close was based largely on requests and recommendations from local health officers in Flathead and Glacier counties, the Blackfeet Nation, and the State of Montana. The park is also preparing response protocols for visitors who test positive for the virus. Visiting in Winter. Public Restrooms The Going-to-the-Sun Road from West Glacier to Lake McDonald Lodge is plowed and open year-round, weather permitting. Glacier National Park Conservancy Bookstore The park phased reopening plans will align with Montana as the state adjusts to certain COVID-19 restrictions. The campstore in Apgar Village may be open and provides snacks and drinks. Expect wait times at the park entrances and parking lots. The NPS has identified certain facilities that will need to operate during Phase 1, including public restrooms. Self-isolate to avoid exposing others. The detection of community spread within the park will trigger the closure of facilities and potentially affected geographic areas. Loop “B” of the Apgar Campground is available for primitive camping. Personal protective equipment (PPE) and specialized cleaning and sanitizing equipment will be used to improve cleaning efficiency and staff safety. “I can probably say in the history of the park … Limited Personal Boating Subsequently, services will begin at different times in Phase 2. The park may open facilities listed in Phase 3 once conditions are safe and appropriate mitigation measures have been developed and implemented. GREAT FALLS — … Supervisors will ensure employees physically coming to work are protected, use staggered schedules, and minimizing shared vehicle use. As circumstances continue to change and we modify our operations as necessary, we thank you for your patience and cooperation. It is unknown when the park will transition into Phase 3. Visitors should understand prior to trip planning that operations and facilities will not open and visitor services will be unavailable in Phase 1. Glacier National Park is an American national park located in northwestern Montana, on the Canada–United States border, adjacent to the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.The park encompasses over 1 million acres (4,000 km 2) and includes parts of two mountain ranges (sub-ranges of the Rocky Mountains), over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, … Crews rock, warm weather lets road crews focus on opening up and not watching for avalanche danger and the entire road is now ope. Services not listed will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Waterton Lakes National Park and Goat Haunt Area Additional coordination with the Blackfeet Nation will determine access from the Blackfeet Reservation. The decision to reopen the park is largely based on the recommendations provided by Flathead and Glacier County health officers, the Blackfeet Nation, and the State of Montana. Restrooms will open. Glacier National Park typically receives close to three million visitors from June through September. The park has and continues to hold discussions with business leaders, stakeholders, and internal business partners. Many Glacier Access These professionals understand the transboundary nature of visitors traveling to Glacier and are best positioned to understand local and regional health concerns. This short video (0:53) offers a glimpse of what to expect during a winter visit to Glacier National Park. Check out the visitmt.com website for more information. With 25 active glaciers, the park is one of the few places in the lower 48 states where you can view glaciers. Lodging and On-the-Go Food Service (National Park Service) Glacier National Park is closed. Phased Approach This route provides excellent views of Lake McDonald and the mountains to the east. While sections of the road are open year-round, the high alpine sections typically don’t open until late June or early July depending on weather. Backcountry Camping The park may open additional waters to boating on a limited basis. And glaciers are not all that the park has to offer: Alpine meadows, lakes, scenic drives, wildlife, and beautiful hikes make Glacier a favorite with all types of travelers. Glacier National Park Watercraft Launch Regulations *All watercraft (motorized and non-motorized) with uninspectable water holding compartments are prohibited from launching in Glacier National Park Glacier National Park will honor motorized watercraft inspections and seals from Montana State, Whitefish Lake, and Blackfeet Tribal Inspectors following a 30 day quarantine. In general, the park’s reopening will follow three flexible phases. This stunning alpine drive follows the eastern border of Glacier National Park and brings you past two lesser known park entrances at Cut Bank Creek and Two Medicine before placing you at the historic Glacier Park Lodge. Glacier National Park is Worth Visiting! As a result, there will be less housing available for park employees. The NPS will reduce exposure potential to employees by: Contractors are required to provide COVID-19 plans to the NPS and receive approval prior to beginning work. Once proper mitigation measures have been implemented, select visitor centers and ranger stations may begin to open. Glacier is modifying visitor services to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Visitors will be advised to prepare for limited food services, lodging, and activities prior to traveling. The park is evaluating high congestion areas to determine appropriate management and mitigation measures (e.g., additional signage, parking considerations, one-way traffic on trails, and visitor spacing at public restrooms). Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. Autumn visitors to Glacier National Park will find cooler temperatures and changing vegetation colors. Road Access Public indoor facilities will not open until proper risk assessments have been conducted and mitigation measures have been developed and implemented (e.g., protective barriers, facial coverings, metering visitors, increased cleaning frequency, signage with CDC and local health guidelines). Once open, the park will attract large numbers of visitors from outside the area to our local communities. The Apgar and Logan Pass Visitor Centers are closed. The hiker-biker shuttle will not operate. A range of mitigation measures both indoor and outdoor will be implemented throughout the park to protect both visitors and employees. Phase 1 would allow vehicle access to some of the park roads with no services other than restrooms. All backcountry camping advance permit reservations have been canceled for the season. Absolutely yes! Glacier has been closed to visitors since March 27, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Examples of Visitor Safety Messages Visitors will be asked to adhere to CDC and local health guidance regarding social distancing and other actions designed to reduce COVID-19 transmission. The State of Montana maintains a tourism website that may be helpful in finding accommodations outside the park. By Kurt Repanshek - June 30th, 2020 4:53pm. Visitors are encouraged to prepare for shifting weather conditions with … – Going-to-the-Sun Road, the mountain pass that connects the east and west sides of Montana's Glacier National Park, is free of snow and ahead of schedule. There will be no visitor services at Goat Haunt in 2020. Ensure flexibility to expand or adjust operations depending on conditions and risk factors. Visitors will be encouraged to wear appropriate facial covering when entering buildings to protect themselves and others. The park and its partners will actively message to visitors to reduce chances of COVID-19 exposure and transmission. Assigning seasonal employees separate housing units with individual bedrooms and bathrooms will be utilized as much as possible. Although general quiet hours end at 6:00 am, generator use in campgrounds is permitted only between the hours of 8:00 am to 10:00 am, 12 noon to 2:00 pm, and 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. 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