Opportunity Missed

I was driving between the Cutbank drainage and St. Mary’s. As I came around a corner I looked to my right and saw an amazing sight. All of the trees in this part of the forest were burned a number of years ago. They have no bark and consequently are now a ghostly gray color. … Read more

Winter Storms in Glacier

The weather here on the east side of the Park has been “extreme” in recent days. It started on Sunday. Incredibly strong winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour. I was up in the St. Mary’s area that morning but it was obvious I wasn’t going to get any decent footage so I headed … Read more

Be on the lookout for Mike

Spring is an absolutely marvelous time in Glacier National Park and while most of the interior roads are not yet open for vehicle traffic, some of them are available for hiking and biking. Most of us spend the majority of our “Glacier time” in the park during the summer and fall seasons. Since one of … Read more

100 Days in Glacier National Park

If you haven’t had the opportunity to review Chris Peterson’s 100 Days in Glacier National Park, you really need to take a look. Chris is the editor of Glacier Park Magazine and spent 100 consecutive days last year in the Park.  The images he captured are absolutely stunning and something you don’t want to miss … Read more

Out of Gas but Not Out of Luck

Ok, I didn’t run out of gas but I came really close. Have you ever had a car where the first 3/4 of the tank seems to last forever and then when the fuel gauge hits the 1/4 mark… bam you’re suddenly running on empty?  If so, then you’ve probably experienced my day.  😉 Fortunately, … Read more

Join us on Facebook

I set up a Facebook fan page yesterday afternoon and we already have 36 fans!  That’s just fantastic.  Now 36 is great, but we can do better.  Make sure to tell your friends, family, and strangers on the street all about The Parks Project.  Show them a video or send them a wallpaper.  We are … Read more