Glacier National Park is bear country, and it's important to be prepared for a bear encounter before you set out on your hike. Park rangers reccommend carrying bear spray while hiking. Here's a few general rules to follow if you find a bear on your hike:
Do not surprise bears! Call out, clap your hands and make noise to make your presence known.
Do not approach bears! Never intentionally get close to a bear. All bears are potentially dangerous and should be respected equally.
Remember, you should always visit the nearby ranger station or visitor center before your hike to find out the lastest information about nearby bear sightings.
Glacier National Park has three accessible trails that can accomodate wheelchairs: The Trail of the Cedars hike, located near Lake McDonald, the Running Eagle Falls Trail, located in the Two Medicine Valley, and the Swiftcurrent Lake Nature Trail in the Many Glacier Valley.