I was at Glacier about 10 years ago. It was an amazing trip. We camped out there over the 4th so it was a little crowded but still awesome. We did a day trip to Hidden Lake in Logan Pass and it was an incredible ride up the mountain. We also did a whitewater rafting trip and that was a blast. We spent 5 days there and we had a 24hr drive out and back so the first day we didn't do a lot. Day 2 was at the camp resting from the drive and then the final day was clean up day. I will say this: they are very serious about leaving food or wrappers out. While setting up camp we had a pair of cubs run through the site, which was cool but also a bit scary since I didn't know where momma bear was. The trails and views were amazing and I wish I could get back out there sometime.
I gotta get out to Montana/Idaho again. Buddy lives in Idaho so that's a cheap trip. Half the wife's family lives in Montana. Some in Billings, Bozeman, and Butte. Been there for some fun trips. Her uncle lives in Kalispell but we have not gotten there so we we really need to force ourselves to get there to visit and go see Glacier National Park. We've been married 14 years and every year we put that trip off to go somewhere else. Time to stop being stupid and just go!
Short Fat Bald Sexless Guy, go ask that same question on 24hr campfire. Tons of people over there are very knowledgeable about Glacier. Also, read some James Willard Schultz. Awesome, awesome story teller. Good luck, I would love to go but my wife would never let me hear the end of it if I took her some place with just trees and hills and animals or if I went without her.
I got back from DC yesterday. One of the tours I did was the White House tour. They now allow pictures during the tour but no video. After going through with my Buddy I went back and did a quick video of the tour. I acted like I was taking pictures but actually had the video recorder running just to fake out the cops. Here's the video if anyone is interested.