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If you love Glacier National Park (and evidence suggests just about everyone does), the new book Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies deserves a place on your coffee table.
Dykstra, Viad's chairman, president and chief executive officer, said, "This transaction represents an important addition to our Glacier Park business as it expands our share of rooms in the Glacier National Park area, making us the largest provider of overnight accommodations, food and beverage services and retail operations in that market.
Glacier Distilling, near Glacier National Park, offers more variety--we love the North Fork Whiskey--although only in Montana (from $28; for stores, go to glacierdistilling.
In 1850, the Montana wilderness that today forms Glacier National Park had some 150 glaciers.
Modest ice masses such as those in Montana's Glacier National Park and atop Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro may disappear entirely in the next few decades, scientists estimate (SN: 10/04/03, p.
The US Geological Survey predicts that by 2030, Glacier National Park will have no glaciers left.
Also very highly recommended reading from Riverbend Publishing is Bob Murphy's Bears I Have Known: A Park Ranger's True Tales From Yellowstone And Glacier National Parks (193183-2641, $10.
National parks from two countries make up Waterton/Glacier -- Waterton Lakes National Park in southwestern Alberta, Canada, and Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana.