The visitors center offers access to numerous trails, a museum, and a viewing platform.
Visitors to the park can walk the wide countryside on a number of paths and see dozens of melting glaciers.
The ranch is still home to a variety of animals, such as hens, cows, and horses.
The park has provided access to trekking, fishing, paddling, and other outdoor sports for 150 years.
It has sought to conserve more than ten thousand years of humankind history over an area of more than 120,000 acres.
Bighorn sheep, mountain goats, weasels, and skunks may be encountered while hiking the trail in Montana.
The path runs for more than 4,000 miles from Pennsylvania to Oregon.