Outdoor adventurers will love bicycling the Going-to-the-Sun Road which combines a challenging adventure with breathtaking scenery of Glacier National Park. This 50-mile road will bring you over many high points with spectacular views of glacier-carved valleys, snow-topped mountain peaks, and pristine waterfalls. Spring is a great time to cycle here as the road is closed to cars at this time. Fall is also beautiful with aspen, shrubs, western larch, and spruce and fir trees brightly coloured in greens, oranges, and yellows.

If bikes aren’t your thing, traverse the Going-to-the-Sun Road in one of the 1930s restored red buses that have open top-down viewing. The Native American led Sun Tours also operates fascinating guided tours of the Going-to-the-Sun Road where they discuss features relevant to the Blackfeet nation.

Credit: Montana Office of Tourism