If you’re looking for a Glacier map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 28 free Glacier National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find a bunch of trail maps, along with other maps such as campgrounds and the shuttle bus. You can also browse the best-selling Glacier maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Glacier map from the park brochure
This is the official Glacier National Park map from the park brochure. It also shows Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2.1 mb) or download the PDF (4.3 mb).
Glacier trail maps
If you want a single trail map that covers the entire park, the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map is probably your top choice. This is the best map for showing all of Glacier’s trails, though it doesn’t have mileages (so download the free backcountry trail map in the section below). If you’re just going to stick to the busiest trails, you can probably forego this map and use the free ones listed next.
The following four Glacier maps are NPMaps.com exclusives; they have never before appeared anywhere on the web nor on any nps.gov website. I’m particularly fond of these maps since they show trail distances, campsites, and points of interest. Enjoy!
Here’s a Lake McDonald map that shows trails and points of interest all along the shore of Lake McDonald in western Glacier. Click the image to view a full size GIF (350 kb) or download the PDF (750 kb).
This St. Mary and Logan Pass map includes the trails on the eastern part of the Going-to-the-Sun Road including Logan Pass at St. Mary Lake. Click the image to view a full size GIF (350 kb) or download the PDF (500 kb).
The Many Glacier map zooms in on Many Glacier Valley and includes the trails starting near Swiftcurrent Lake, like the Grinnell Glacier trail. Click the image to view a full size GIF (300 kb) or download the PDF (350 kb).
Here’s a Two Medicine map that shows the trails in the less-visited Two Medicine Valley, featuring plenty of lakes and waterfalls. Click the image to view a full size GIF (300 kb) or download the PDF (250 kb).
Following are more Glacier National Park trail maps of popular park locations. You can download a single PDF (4.4 mb) that contains most of the maps below, or instead click on each image to view each map separately.
This trail map shows the hikes surrounding Logan Pass, St. Mary, and Many Glacier areas (600 kb). This map shows shuttle stops on the Going-to-the-Sun Road and some of the most popular hiking trails in the park.
This is a St. Mary Falls inset map (50 kb). The trail numbers correspond to the labels shown on the key of the previous map. Here you’ll find Sunrift Gorge and Sun Point trails on the west end of St. Mary Lake.
This is a Lake McDonald trail map (300 kb), showing the hiking trails around Lake McDonald on the western end of the Going-to-the-Sun Road, near West Glacier, in a very popular area of Glacier National Park.
This North Fork trail map (400 kb) shows the remote, quiet northwest corner the park. It includes trails around Goat Haunt on the southern end of Upper Waterton Lake and trailheads at Kintla and Bowman lakes.
Glacier backcountry map
This Glacier backcountry trail map (450 kb) shows trails, mileages, and campsites in Glacier National Park’s backcountry and is great for planning overnight trips (although it doesn’t show elevation changes).
The above map is good for trip planning, but it doesn’t show topographic lines or elevations. For that, you need the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map (unfortunately this one doesn’t show distances between points, so you need both). There are also even more detailed trail maps that focus on specific sections of Glacier: Many Glacier area, Two Medicine area, and the North Fork.
Glacier road & shuttle bus maps
This shuttle bus stop map (100 kb) labels the various places you can get off and on the buses along Glacier’s Going-to-the-Sun Road. The shuttle bus usually starts in July and runs through Labor Day weekend.
Here’s a Going-to-the-Sun Road terrain map (5.0 mb), particularly useful for identifying the features you’ll see along the drive up and over Logan Pass. This map excels at labeling the geographic features you’ll see.
Glacier lodging map
The closest major town to Glacier is Kalispell, where you’ll find a huge variety of lodging options; to the right you can open an interactive Hotels.com Kalispell lodging map. But I encourage you to also zoom out and look at the other options near Whitefish and inside the park. In fact, here you can see all the best-rated Glacier lodging on Expedia or Hotels.com, focusing on the area outside Glacier’s west entrance.
Glacier campground maps
This Fish Creek Campground map (500 kb) shows the park’s second-largest campground, located on the west end of Lake McDonald (opposite the Going-to-the-Sun Road), near West Glacier and the Apgar Village area.
The Sprague Creek Campground map (200 kb) shows this smaller campground (25 sites) located alongside the Going-to-the-Sun road west of Apgar along Lake McDonald. Still a convenient location, but quieter.
Here’s a Many Glacier Campground map (550 kb) showing the large (110 sites) and popular campground in the Many Glacier area. Get here early; there are many popular hikes and excursions to do from here!
This Two Medicine Campground map (200 kb) shows the large campground on the east side of Glacier that tends not to fill as quickly since it is in a less-visited area (though still incredibly beautiful!).
The Kinta Lake Campground map (100 kb) shows this very small campground located way up there in northwest Glacier, with very limited nearby services. You can’t go much further north or you’d be in Canada.
Glacier geologic map
This Glacier National Park geologic map (9.5 mb) is quite large – so please be patient with the download – and includes text explanations of the geology of each unique rock unit you’ll find in the park.
Glacier vegetation map
Glacier map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Glacier map posters and other products are available at the Glacier National Park Maps store. For prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
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