Title: Glacier National Park Mountain Range, United States
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Glacier National Park in Montana, United States, is part of the Rocky Mountains and is renowned for its stunning landscapes. It features several mountain ranges, including the Lewis Range and Livingston Range, with notable glaciers like Grinnell and Jackson. The iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road offers breathtaking views, and Lake McDonald adds to the scenic beauty. The park is known for its diverse wildlife, including grizzly bears and mountain goats. Hiking trails, such as the Highline and Grinnell Glacier trails, provide opportunities to explore alpine meadows and dense forests. Lake McDonald is the largest lake, and the park, together with Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park, forms the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Conservation efforts aim to protect the remaining glaciers and preserve the park’s natural beauty.