Highway 89 Road Trip Day 13: Bozeman to Glacier National Park

Ready yourself for a scenic transition from the valleys of Bozeman to Glacier National Park. As you inch closer to the Canadian border, the landscapes shift to reveal the rugged mountain peaks and pristine lakes of Glacier. It’s a prelude to the dramatic vistas and adventures awaiting in the “Crown of the Continent.”

This photo by larry mcmillian

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Lodging Recommendations

While there are ample camping and vacation rental options all over Highway 89, I personally highly prefer staying at Hilton-branded properties when traveling to national parks and during road trips. As such, here is three recommendations for places to stay in City, State on day 13 of the ultimate Highway 89 road trip.

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Our Final Thoughts on Highway 89 Day 13

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