Where was Love in Glacier National filmed? cast stories

"Love in Glacier National Park"


“Love in Glacier National Park”

The latest from Hallmark Channel “New year, new moviesThe track “Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance” premieres on Saturday, January 28 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. Central. The film stars Ashely Newbrough and Stephen Huszar. Here are all the details about where the movie was filmed and the cast members involved.

Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance was filmed in Fernie, British Columbia

Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance (filmed with the working title Glacier Park Romance) was filmed in Fernie, British Columbia. Fernie Fix Magazine shared the location in it Instagram video.

Interesting, this preview from Hallmark has a Lizard Creek Lodge sign in the background. Lizard Creek Lodge, according to its website, located in Fernie. Your site notes: “The Lizard Creek Lodge is in the perfect ski-in/ski-out (or bike-in/bike-out) location at Fernie Alpine Resort. The outdoor pool and hot tubs overlook the mountains, and there’s even a gentle run that runs past the hotel. There are 14 units in the main lodge and 85 residential style condominiums in two other buildings.”

The Fernie Alpine Resort The website also shows many maps for skiing. It bills itself as “The Largest Alpine Bowl Skiing in the Canadian Rockies.”

in a (n Interview with the Everything About Hallmark podcastHuszar shared more about where the film was filmed.

Welcome Stephen Huszar: Love in Glacier National#hallmark #loveinglaciernational Chat with Stephen Huszar, star of Hallmark’s Love In Glacier National. Huszar stars with Ashley Newbrough in a national park romance about an avalanche forecaster and mountain rescue director. Premieres Saturday, January 28 at 8:00 p.m. EST on the Hallmark Channel.2023-01-06T14:15:37Z

“It was shot on location in Fernie, BC…that’s right near the BC/Alberta border…It’s one of the most avalanche prone hills in the Rocky Mountains or even in the world. And it’s during the actual ski season with the most snow, snow accumulations… The ski patrols and the avalanche experts and everyone there is very, very, very well trained. They are among the best in the world. So I also had to work with some legends and the skiers…”

He said they filmed a month before the ski slope opened and the snow was “phenomenal,” so they were very lucky. He added that they filmed at a resort, but it’s still a remote location.

“Ninety percent of the show was filmed out on the mountain,” he added, sharing that it was also very cold during filming.

Ashley Newbrough explained in one Interview with All About Hallmark, shared that they all stayed at a resort during filming and it was filmed just before the resort opened.

Director Christie W. Wolf on Hallmark’s Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance!2023-01-28T16:00:41Z

in a (n Interview with Survived the ShowsDirector Christie Will Wolf said it was negative 20 at times when they were filming, which was challenging.

“We are at high altitudes and in very cold weather,” she said. “The cast and crew got very, very cold… The biggest challenge was making sure everyone stayed safe and healthy during filming. When we were on the mountain, we probably had mandatory warm-ups every 15 minutes…”

She said the mountains and snow in this film are all completely real.

in a (n Interview with the Hallmarkies PodcastWolf shared that they shot the film in November and December.

wolves too shared a behind-the-scenes video about the film.

“In anticipation I thought I would start rolling behind the scenes directing this very special film. … There will be many more fun posts to come, but we’ll start with this action-packed reel,” Wolf wrote.

Amélie Will Wolf, Christie’s daughter, also starred in the film and shared a few pictures through one Highlight reel album Called “Fernie” on Instagram. In it, she added a note that it was filmed in Fernie.



She also shared some ADR work.

The actual Glacier National Park is actually about four hours from Fernie, BC look at this google map to pinpoint exactly where it is.

Meet the cast

Hallmark’s summary is:

Hannahs (Newbrough) reduced her life and work to a science. As a climate scientist and avalanche expert, she has dedicated her career to developing avalanche forecasting technology that will help keep the danger at bay for those in the mountains. When news of her amazing system travels all the way to Glacier National Park, she is invited to install her gear and teach her program to the mountain rescue team. Eager to share this life-saving technology, Hannah makes her way to Glacier National Park, where she is greeted by Chris (Huszar), the Director of Mountain Rescue. Chris is confident, tough, handsome… and skeptical. Things are a bit frosty between them at first. The way he sees it, Hannah may have her science and her data, but he has real-world experience. Chris doesn’t need an algorithm telling him how to navigate the terrain. However, he begins to thaw when he realizes that Hannah, like him, just wants to save lives. And they soon discover that it’s love – not an avalanche – that’s knocking them both off their feet, even though they still disagree with the avalanche predictions. One afternoon, Chris is called on an emergency rescue mission to a location that Hannah’s technology has marked as a high-risk area. Hannah fears an avalanche is coming and Chris is right in her way. With time running out, Hannah must convince Chris to let science guide him, as it will surely lead him not only back to safety, but straight into the romance of his life.”

According to her bio, Ashley Newbrough is known for her recurring role on The CW’s “Privileged,” starring Lucy Hale and JoAnna Garcia Swisher. Newbrough has also had recurring roles on ABC’s Mistresses and has starred in TV movies such as ION’s Snowmace and Lifetime’s You May Now Kill the Bride. Newbrough has had roles in Love Under the Stars, A Merry Christmas Match and Small Town Christmas on the Hallmark Channel. Newbrough lives in Los Angeles and is both a US and Canadian citizen.

Stephen Huszar was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where he attended college and graduated. According to his profileIn 2004, Huszar made his acting debut in the TV movie The Cradle Will Fall. He soon got his first starring role in the movie Caught in the Headlights, starring alongside Kim Coates. He has had recurring roles on popular shows such as “Smallville” on The CW, “The Fringe” on FOX, “Corner Gas” on CTV, and “Paradise Falls” on Showcase. Other films he has appeared in include, in which he also produced, Milton’s Secret with Donald Sutherland and Michelle Rodriguez, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, Faces in the Crowd with Milla Jovovich, and Ferocious with Kim Coates, Dustin Milligan and Amanda Crew. His Hallmark productions include Return to Christmas Creek, Ruby Herring Mysteries, Undercover Holiday and Luke in Chesapeake Shores.

In conversation with All about trademarksHuszar said they worked with actual working dogs, not actors.

“Ski service dogs,” he said, “and rescue dogs. They would literally save people from avalanches and find them under the snow. Very very very intelligent dogs and a lot of fun to hang out with too. We had a good time.”

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