Sparkling streams fed by ancient glaciers and snow-cloaked mountains score forest and alpine meadow in postcard-worthy Glacier National Park, the permanent home of big bears and brilliant wildflowers and the popular retreat of outdoors enthusiasts.
This battlefield is where General Custer and 263 of his soldiers died in 1876, marking a victory for the Cheyenne and Lakota. You may have heard of the battle as "Custer's Last Stand," but it was also a last stand of sort for the Plains Indians, and the battlefield is a national monument today. If you're interested in Western history, you'll definitely want to take the walking tour and check out the visitor's center.
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