Glacier National Park Superintendent Retiring
Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow is retiring from the National Park Service at the end of the year. Mow has led the park for the past eight years as it dealt with wildfires, rebuilding a historic chalet, record visitation and a pandemic. For the first time, Glacier park adopted a ticketed entry system this summer to limit traffic on the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road. Mow has worked for the park service for 33 years. He says he is retiring to spend more time with his 98-year-old father and to be free to visit his son, who is moving abroad.