Glacier National Park offers more entry reservation tickets May 5
A bighorn sheep watches the traffic below the east side tunnel of the Going-to-the-Sun Road Thursday. (Chris Peterson photo)
| May 4, 2021 6:00 PM
Late Tuesday afternoon, Glacier National Park announced the release of additional Going-to-the-Sun entry reservation tickets for entry as early as July 1.
The additional tickets will be available starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 5 on Recreation.gov.
Up to this point, a smaller amount of tickets has been available because the road is not fully open over Logan Pass, according to a news release.
However, park officials have determined that the road should be open by July 1. This means more tickets are being released Wednesday on Recreation.gov for 60-day advance purchase. This will also increase the number of tickets being held for release for the two-day advance purchase for reservations beginning July 1.
Based on historical data, the Going-to-the-Sun Road typically opens prior to July 1. The actual date for the road opening cannot be predicted at this time.
Officials said as the date approaches for the Sun Road to open, more tickets will be released.
Visitors are encouraged to keep watching Recreation.gov for ticket availability.