Where in North America you are most likely to see a Grizzly
Audubon Magazine reports Glacier National Park has densest grizzly population
in North America – one bear to every eight square miles compared
to one bear per 40 square miles in Yellowstone and one bear per 57 square
miles in Alaska’s Brook Range. Bear attacks are very infrequent
in Glacier National Park. You are more likely to be struck by lightening
or drown than be attacked by a bear.
You need not be concerned about being attacked though. There is an excellent
primer that you will be given when you enter the park to make sure that
you are safe in Grizzly country.