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By Alex Sepe Location • Region - West • State - Montana • Capital -Helena Landforms • There are many different landforms in Glacier National Park. • 700 miles of hiking trails. • Valleys and mountains cover the land. • Glacier National Park shares the border between the United States and Canada. Together the two parks make up an International Peace Park. Culture • There were many American Indians that lived in Glacier National Park. • American Indians have lived in Glacier National Park. • The Blackfeet, the Kalispell, the Kootenai, the Salish, the Flathead were all early residents of the area. • The Blackfeet controlled most of the land. Waterways • There are many bodies of water in Glacier National Park. • Some of the valleys filled with melted ice from the Glaciers. Water filled valleys turned into lakes. • The powder fell into some of the lakes. The powder turned the lakes turquoise. • Glaciers also changed the color of the lakes in the park. Rocks and Minerals • There are many rocks and minerals in Glacier National Park. • Rock and soil under the water slowly hardened into thick layers of limestone, mudstone, sandstone. • One rock plate slid over another rock plate. The rocks pilled up to make a mountain. • The majority of the rocks forming the mountains of the Peace Park are the result of the deposition of sediments.