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Adventure awaits, if you want it, no matter the season at northwest Montana’s Glacier National Park. Those who love their extreme outdoor adventures can go dog sledding, skiing, hiking or whitewater rafting, while those who prefer a leisurely hike or want to feast their eyes on local art are equally well served. Established in 1910, the vast park—it makes up more than 1 million acres—is older than the national park system itself (the system was established in 1916). Whether you arrive by plane or on Amtrak on one of the country’s most scenic train rides, get ready to discover one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes. This is Big Sky Country.