Wild Flowers of Glacier National Park
If the stunning peaks, pristine lakes, prolific waterfalls and wildlife of Glacier National Park aren’t enough for you, perhaps you will love the wildflower carpeted alpine meadows and trails lined with every shape and color you can imagine!
Pink Spirea, blue forget-me knots, white pasqueflowers and mariposa lilies, magenta monkey flower, yellow buttercups and blanket flower are just a few of the blooms you’ll find lining the trails throughout the park.
One of the most stunning sights are the fields of yellow glacier lilies, at Logan Pass, the highest point in the park. The bulbs of these delicate flowers are a treat for grizzly bears and other creatures who dig them up in the springtime