USFS Hungry Horse/Glacier View RD

The USFS Hungry Horse/Glacier View Ranger District borders the western edges of Glacier National Park, with the North and Middle Forks of the Flathead River separating the two areas. This district provides critical habitat for grizzly bears, moose, gray wolves, and bull trout. Glacier View Ranger Station is located 22 miles northeast of Kalispell, MT and 10 miles south of Glacier National Park.
Located near the western boundary of Glacier National Park and northeast of Flathead Lake, the Hungry Horse Ranger District contains the Hungry Horse Dam and Reservoir – a popular recreation site and important nesting habitat for bald eagles. The district also contains a portion of the Jewel Basin Hiking Area, the Middle and South Forks of the Flathead River, and the Great Bear Wilderness. Hungry Horse Ranger Station is located 22 miles northeast of Kalispell, MT and 10 miles south of Glacier National Park.