Ice and snow cluster around exposed striated rock.

Get Up Close and Personal with Glaciers

Sadly, Glacier National Park’s namesake glaciers are expected to melt away completely within the next 8-18 years. Check out these six must-see glaciers up close while you still can.

Mountain goats graze in a lush green valley with dramatic mountain range rising up in the background.

Glacier National Park: The Crown of the Continent

Glacier National Park is the undisputed “Crown of the Continent.” Its glaciers acsend steep arêtes where mountain goats walk like acrobats. Acres of lush green parkland plunge down jagged red pinnacles, exposing some of the world’s oldest stones. Waterfalls roar, ice cracks, and rockfall echoes in scenery still under the paintbrush of change.

Cross-country skiing amidst trees heavy with snow.

Winter in the National Parks, Part 2

One of the best times to visit one of the US National Parks is during the winter. The crowds are lighter, the scenery is as beautiful as always, and there are typically good deals to be found on accommodations.

Moon Spotlight Idaho Panhandle Camping

Moon Spotlight Idaho Panhandle Camping is a 95-page compact guide covering the best camping spots in Idaho’s Panhandle, from Priest Lake all the way down to Dworshak Reservoir. Writer, photographer, and naturalist Becky Lomax provides insight on each campground, including the number of campgrounds, tips on gear selection and maintenance, clothing and footwear, and camping […]

Moon Spotlight Glacier National Park Camping

Moon Spotlight Glacier National Park Camping is a 166-page compact guide covering the region’s best campsites—including Apgar and Many Glacier—perfect for those looking for a a place to pitch a tent. Writer, photographer, and naturalist Becky Lomax provides insight on each campsite description, such as the number of campgrounds, tips on gear selection and maintenance, […]