It is safe to say that in many US states there is one national park, which is, so to speak, the main natural attraction of the area. For the Montana DLC, this area is undoubtedly the famous Glacier National Park, so let’s see what parts you can see and drive in the upcoming map expansion.
According to archaeological evidence, Native Americans first arrived in the glacier area about 10,000 years ago and it wasn’t until 1910 that the area was established as a national park to recognize its natural beauty. After all, if you go back even further before the moment when a person set foot in these forests, then some of the local glaciers date back more than 20,000 years ago. And, of course, the name was chosen because of the glaciers that created the landscape.
In addition to glaciers, mountains, and valleys, Glacier National Park covers roughly 1.4 million acres in real life, so it’s no surprise that you’ll be able to see some of the interesting places in the DLC while driving along a scenic mountain road that will be adapted to our scale but stay true to throughout your route. You’ll see places like Apgar Village, Lake McDonald, the Logan Pass Visitor Center, or views like Mount Oberlin, Mount Pollock, and Mount Reynolds. After this magnificent journey, the road will end in the settlement of St. Mary.
Fair warning, trucks with trailers are not allowed in some parts of the park, so you should always be on the lookout when approaching this area. In the real world, some of these roads require a special permit issued by the relevant local government, but in our game, this will be similar to what we did earlier with Yellowstone National Park, which means that you will get a ticket if you drive through a checkpoint with a trailer or cargo.