Jeff Mow '81 Caps Historic Centennial Year At Glacier National Park

December 24, 2016
By the Flathead Beacon

By the time fireworks are set off to celebrate the end of 2016 and champagne glasses are hoisted to toast the arrival of 2017, nearly 3 million people will have visited Glacier National Park this calendar year, the most ever.

As the historic National Park Service centennial year draws to a close, officials at Northwest Montana’s largest attraction are taking a hard look at how Glacier Park handled the huge crowds and what to expect in the future, said Superintendent Jeff Mow.

“We’re still evaluating what we saw this year,” Mow said of the record visitation. “There is a lot to learn from 2016.”

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