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Calculation of sun’s position in the sky for each location on the earth at any time of day. Azimuth, sunrise sunset noon, daylight and graphs of the solar path. Sunrise and sunset are defined as the instant when the upper limb of the Sun’s disk is just touching the horizon, this corresponds to an altitude of -0.833° degrees for the Sun. 5,677,050 sun stock photos are available royalty-free. On the shores of the Bay of Bengal, bathed in the rays of the rising sun, the temple at Konarak is a monumental representation of the sun god Surya's chariot; its 24 wheels are decorated with symbolic designs and it is led by a team of six horses. Built in the 13th century, it is one of.

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This de luxe conflation, of the 100 year-old tale, by J. Mark Sugars & Frank

'Twas the Night of the King's Castration: the last of the RoyalBalls was coming off. All the counts, discounts and no-'ccountswere sitting around the throne room slinging camel-shit, for inthose days, bull-shit was as yet unknown.

A noise was heard in the courtyard and in came Daniel on his gallantwhite steed, with his balls slung over his shoulder. 'Whatho!' cried the King. 'Ass-hole!' replied Daniel,thus scoring an early point for the common people.

At this, the Queen dashed madly through the court with her drawersat half-mast, and her ass shining like a looking-glass in themoonlight.

Hilarious now, the King offered Daniel the post of second-in-command. 'But what of the Queen?' asked Daniel. 'Oh, fuckthe Queen!' replied the King, and 50,000 loyal courtierswere killed in the rush, for in those days the King's word waslaw, and the King ruled with an iron hand.

Upon seeing such mass slaughter, the King in exasperation exclaimed,'Oh, shit!'; and all 50,000 remaining loyal courtiersdropped their drawers and squatted on their haunches and strainedand grunted in unison, for in those days the King's word was lawand the King ruled with an iron hand.

'Stop!' cried the Queen, thinking of the royal carpet.The King called 'Halt!' and 49,999 loyal butt-holessnapped shut with a stately click, and 49,999 glistening turdswere nipped, gently steaming in the morning air, all save forthat of Daniel, who proceeded to lay one two cubits wide by onecubit high by three cubits long.

The King was sore affronted, and ordered Daniel thrown into thelions' den for three days and three nights, for in those daysthe King's word was law and the King ruled with an iron hand.

And here was Daniel, in the midst of all those roaring, snarlingbeasts --- but of course, you could easily recognize Daniel bythe large green parasol that he always carried.


On the first day, the Queen came unto Daniel and Daniel said,'Oh Queen, I am in need of some tea!' and the Queenasked, 'What manner of tea?' Daniel replied, 'C-U-N-T!'And the Queen departed.

On the second day the Queen came unto Daniel and Daniel said,'Oh Queen, I am in need of some pills!' and the Queenasked, 'What manner of pills?' Daniel replied, 'NIP-PILLS!'And the Queen departed.

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Again on the third day, the King came unto Daniel, but it hadcome to pass that on the morning of the third day, Daniel hadshat a great shit, and the lions were sore affronted. Almost allof them had thenceforth kept their distance from Daniel. But oneof the lions took a liking to Daniel's left nut, and began tomunch upon it. 'Oh, it tickles, it tickles!' cried Daniel.'What tickles?' asked the King. 'TES-TICKLES!'roared Daniel, thereby scoring another point for the common people. Upon hearing this, all the ladies in the courtyard took out theirtits and tittered.

Then the lion crouched as if to spring, but instead laid a bigturd. This amused the King, and he ordered Daniel to come forth,but Daniel slipped on the lion's turd and came fifth, thus utterlylosing the race. This angered Daniel so greatly that he pickedup the lion turd and, with menacing accuracy, hurled it at random.Random, being a crafty little bugger, ducked, and the turd hitthe King full in the eye.

Now, this made the King exceedingly angry, whereupon he inquired,'Where's the Queen?' 'Milord, she is on the RoyalCrapper.' 'And is she well-supplied with paper?' 'Milord, she has forty reams of the finest linen.' 'It is good,' said the King. 'And where's thePrincess?' 'Oh, she's upstairs in bed with laryngitis.'Not that fucking Greek again!' cried Daniel.

This amused the King and he spake, 'Oh, fuck the Princess!'and another 40,000 loyal courtiers were trampled to death in therush, for in those days the King's word was law, and the Kingruled with an iron hand, and besides, the Princess was a comely wench.This made the King exceeding angry, butthe Queen only said, 'Well, I'll be fucked!' --- morein hope than in indignation. But nobody moved, save a solitarysenile seneschal, quietly masturbating in a corner into a silverteaspoon, and Daniel, who, taking her at her word, grabbed theQueen by her butt-cheeks and slipped her onto his dick like awell-worn jackboot.

Later in the evening the King entered the Royal Boudoir and beheldthe Queen lying on the bed, clad only in Nature's attire. 'Rollover, Queen!' ordered the King. 'I'll be fucked if Iwill!' shouted the Queen. 'You will at that,' observedthe King, 'but you'll be corn-holed if you won't!' Hearingthis, the Queen shat a gold brick, for in those days a squareass-hole was a symbol of royalty.

When the King saw this, he cried, 'Balls!'; not becausehe had to, but because he had two. And the Queen replied, 'Balls!?If I had two, I could be King!'

Whereupon the King, having partaken of over-ripe olives, hiedhimself to the innermost part of his kingdom and proceeded toshit buttermilk for three days, and thereafter was forever knownas King Dairy-Ass, throughout the world.

Blaming Daniel for his digestive discomfort the King sentencedDaniel to wander in the wilderness for forty days and forty nights,for in those days the King's word was law and the King ruled withan iron hand.

And so it came to pass that Daniel wandered in the wildernessfor many a long day and many a long night. But in the eveningof his thirteenth day in the wilderness, Daniel was set upon bybandits! Not, as you might at first surmise, ordinary bandits,but Mexican bandits. Nor, as you might at second surmise, ordinaryMexican bandits, but Mexican bum-bandits, who debagged him, scraggedhim, and shagged him, and left him with his pockets jingling,and his ass-hole tingling.

Months went by before the Queen came unto Daniel. 'Oh Daniel,I am heavy with child. What steps are to be taken?' 'Fuckin'big ones!' replied Daniel as he vanished over the Southernhorizon.

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Click on the arrow in the map's top left corner to toggle between the Brochure Map and the interactive Park Tiles map.

Transportation is a critical part of trip planning. Glacier's roads all have various restrictions and season lengths.

By Car

From the west, the communities of Kalispell, Whitefish, and Columbia Falls, provide access to the Lake McDonald area, Park Headquarters, the Apgar Visitor Center and Going-to-the-Sun-Road. From Kalispell, take Highway 2 north to West Glacier (approximately 33 miles). From the east, all three east entrances can be reached by taking Highway 89 north from Great Falls to the town of Browning (approximately 125 miles) and then following signage to the respective entrance. The St. Mary Entrance is the east entry point of Going-to-the-Sun-Road and provides access to the St. Mary Visitor Center.

By Air

Several commercial service airports are located within driving distance of Glacier National Park. Glacier Park International Airport is located near Kalispell and is approximately 30 miles west of the West Entrance. Missoula International Airport is located approximately 150 south of the West Entrance. Great Falls International Airport is located between 130 miles to 165 miles east of East Glacier Park, St Mary, Two Medicine, and Many Glacier Entrances. Car rentals are available at airports. Shuttles are available at the Kalispell airport.

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By Train

Amtrak's historic Empire Builder train line stops year-round at West Glacier (Belton), The Izaak Walton Inn at Essex, and seasonally at East Glacier. Glacier National Park Lodges provides a shuttle (for a fee) that transports West Glacier Amtrak passengers between the train depot and Apgar and the Lake McDonald Lodge. Reservations are required.

  • Many roads within Glacier National Park are seasonal. Check Road Status to see what's open.
  • Some roads outside the park are seasonal as well. Check the Montana Department of Transportation map for information.

Portions of Going-to-the-Sun Road are open year round, however the entire road will not usually open until late June at the earliest. Please visit our Plowing and Road Status pages for the most up to date information. The alpine sections of Going-to-the-Sun Road typically closes for the winter around the third Monday of October, but that can change due to weather.
Plowing Going-to-the-Sun Road is a monumental challenge each year. Unpredictable spring snow storms or other weather related events can slow down plowing progress. It is not uncommon for plowing crews to need to re-plow sections of park roads when weather events happen. Our plowing status page provides information on where plows are working.

Specifica Vehicle Size Limits: 21 ft (6.4 m) long, 8 ft (2.4 m) wide, 10 ft (3 m) tallGoing

Vehicles, and vehicle combinations, longer than 21 feet (including bumpers) or wider than 8 feet (including mirrors), are prohibited between Avalanche Campground and the Rising Sun picnic area parking. Vehicle and vehicle combinations over 10 feet in height may have difficulty driving west from Logan Pass to the Loop, due to rock overhangs. Stock trucks and trailers are able to access Packers Roost on the west, and Siyeh Bend on the east.


From June 15 through Labor Day, the following sections of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are closed to bicycle use between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm:

  • From Apgar turnoff (at the south end of Lake McDonald) to Sprague Creek Campground
  • Eastbound from Logan Creek to Logan Pass
Speed Limit

For safety reasons, 45 miles per hour is the speed limit in the lower elevations of the road and 25 miles per hour in the alpine section. Please be careful around blind curves as animals and pedestrians do cross the road.

Glacier's summer shuttle system is updated and adjusted from year to year.
Shuttle StopsDownload

View a map and read about the individual shuttle stop destinations. Discover the highlights and amenities at each location. Shuttles will only stop at designated stops. Please visit the park's Glacier's Shuttle System page for more information.

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Hiker's Shuttle
A seasonal hiker's shuttle is offered by Glacier National Park Lodges for a fee. It connects West Glacier, Apgar, Lake McDonald Lodge, St. Mary, and Many Glacier. Reservations required.
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Glacier National Park's shuttle service is a point-to-point transportation service only. But all shuttle stops feature interpretive and educational information regarding the history and features of the park, plus family-fun activities to help pass the time. The Going-to-the-Sun Road audio tour has information about each shuttle stop.

Guided Bus Tours

Interpretive motorized tours on Going-to-the-Sun Road are available with park concessionaires, Sun Tours and Xanterra Parks and Resorts.

Times within and around the park are estimates and will vary with construction and time of day.

St. Mary to Many Glacier Valley: 20 miles, 30-40 minutes
St. Mary to Two Medicine Valley: 34 miles, 1 hour
St. Mary to Waterton Lakes National Park: 50 miles, 1 hour plus customs
West Glacier to East Glacier: 56 miles, 1 hour
West Glacier to St. Mary (Going-to-the-Sun Road): 50 miles, 2 to 2 1/2 hours
West Glacier to St. Mary (US Hwy 2 to Hwy 89): 90 miles, 2 to 2 1/2 hours
West Glacier to Many Glacier: 70 miles, 2 1/2 to 3 hours
West Glacier to Polebridge: 28 miles, 1 hour

  • A passport is required for all international border crossings.
  • Piegan/Carway Port of Entry is located on U.S. Hwy 89 north of Babb, MT and is open 7:00 am to 11:00 pm year round.
  • Chief Mountain Port of Entry is only open in summer and operating hours vary. See the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website for more details.
  • Roosville Port of Entry is located on U.S. Hwy 93 north of Eureka, MT and is open 24/7.
  • See the Trail Status page for Goat Haunt entry information.

Two companies provide guided tours through the park.

The Blackfeet Perspective

Learn about the Blackfeet Indian culture while traveling in comfortable 25-seat passenger buses equipped with large windows and air conditioning, also accessible with ramps and lock downs. For information and reservations, please visit Sun Tours.

Take a Ride on a Red Bus

Glacier National Park Lodges (Xanterra) offers tours throughout the park. Sit back and enjoy the park’s spectacular scenery in a historic Red Bus. On clear days, the canvas roofs are rolled back and transformed into convertible buses.