Social Media

We try to stay active on our social channels and provide up-to-date news and a lot of photos from our latest endeavors in Glacier.

Stop by and hang out for a while.

Climb Glacier’s Twitter Account

Once in a while we send out Tweets, but no too often.

Climb Glacier’s Facebook Fan Page

Stay up to date with what the team is doing in Glacier.

Blake on Instagram

Follow @VisitGlacier on Instagram to see photos and video clips of Glacier National Park.

 

2 thoughts on “Social Media

  1. Richard Chauvin Jr.

    Blake,
    Do you know how Old Man Lake got its name? I am curious. I first hiked there with my brother in 1972, and loved the scenery there. I plan to return in September.
    Thanks!

    1. Blake Post author

      Richard – this is a great question.

      Oldman Lake was named for the mythical Old Man from Blackfeet religion.

      James W. Schultz wrote that Old Man was greatest god of the Blackfeet tribes.

      The Blackfeet also called him Napi. This is the very same Napi of Napi Point and Napi Rock.

      The Blackfeet believed that Old Man made the world and all life upon it; he performed miracles; and at the same time was the trickster of no little cruelty.

      Enjoy your trip and keep a look out for Napi!

      Blake

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