National Geographic : 1923 May
'The vacation thrill of a lifetime! GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Where the Rockies rear their cloud swept crests in the mightiest and wildest and most majestic confusion of beauty on the continent! Go to Glacier this summer. Ride the switch-back trails, explore the living glaciers; hike, boat, fish, or simply rest and let the peace and silence of the Rockies refresh you, soul, mind and body. Nowhere in the world will you find such solid comfort-in the heart of primal wildness! Where mountain sheep pose on the edge of space you will find great hotels with every modern convenience. Where the Blackfeet Indians pitch their tepees among the serried peaks you'll find cozy Alpine chalets. Yet, never is the spell of deep and primal wildness broken. Two weeks, or better three, is ample time for a glorious vacation. Two days will take you from Chicago, St. Louis, or Kansas City to the Park. The sharp reduction in railroad fares made last year still prevails. The low cost of the trip will surprise you. Your local agent can give you an estimate. Via the Burlington you can visit Colo rado on the same ticket and include Yellowstone at slight additional cost. If you are going fartherWest-- . Just say Burlington to your local agent ' -he'll understand. This will allow you conveniently to visit Glacier en route. Everywhere West via the dependable Burlington, the route of Comfort, Courtesy and Convenience i ROCKYMTN. VT I=g °.O 1 The home of the ROC iHTN.NAT /.V*^- t -** l 4 r ^- /\ Blackfeet - r (ESTEs) PART( \ _____" ___ 7h"eNationaoPa'oOne ,Park Li n Pd VERVYWHEREa BookWEST Blgnjd The National Park Line BrlingtonPlanned Vacations Free Write forfree book, "Glacier National Park," to P. S. Eustis, Pass. Traffic Mgr., C.B.&Q.R. R., Chicago, III.