From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Over two million people visit Glacier National Park each year. Why go? While there’s plenty of reasons, here’s seven to whet your appetite.
1. Going-to-the-Sun Road
Going-to-the-Sun Road runs through the heart of Glacier National Park in Montana.
As the photographer of the above photo, Dave Sutherland, recalls, “My wife drove Going-to-the-Sun Road both ways. It was a whiteknuckle drive even for me as a passenger, I can’t even imagine being the one driving it. By the end of it, though, she was very proud to have done it.”
Lots of elevation changes and beautiful scenery make this a must-drive route. Because of the narrowness of the alpine section of the road, the National Park Service has several driving restrictions, including for vehicle and vehicle combinations longer than 21 feet, wider than 8 feet, or taller than 10 feet.
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