Though spring in Montana is often still covered in snow, glampers can still take advantage of the longer hours of sunshine by planning a spring getaway near Glacier National Park. With over 1 million acres, two mountain ranges, and numerous ecosystems ranging from prairie to tundra, this park offers plenty of chances to explore the wilderness. Follow the Going-to-the-Sun Road to drive through most of the park and keep a sharp eye out for wildlife like grizzly bears, wolverines, mountain goats, and moose. The glacier carved mountains and valleys began over 170 million years ago, creating many lakes and moraines. Sadly the glaciers are disappearing quickly, and only 25 currently remain due to weather patterns. At night, make sure to look at the stars in this dark sky area, and you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.