Find out where to see the iconic Glacier bloom at its best and before it's gone.
It’s been a banner year for beargrass in the Glacier National Park area. Some would call this a ‘landmark year’ for the iconic Glacier Park bloom.
A member of the lily family (and not actually a grass), beargrass blooms at different times and in different places every year. It’s native to Montana, but can also been seen in subalpine meadows of the Pacific Northwest, and from Alberta to California.
Some years, beargrass is nearly impossible to find. Other years, like this one, it seems to be everywhere.
Here’s a video from this week, mountain biking in Glacier Country.