Thousands of years ago, glaciers of the last ice age carved the majestic terrain that became Glacier National Park. Once home to the Blackfeet American Indians, the park is now home to hundreds of species of animals and over a thousand plant species. Find out how to best visit the park depending on whether you are hiking, camping, or just driving through. Enjoy the geology and geography of the park before it changes too much. The glaciers for which the park is named are on course to melt by 2030.