Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Trails in Glacier

Baring Falls

The Trailhead is 7.7 miles east of Logan Pass along the Going-to-the-Sun Road at the southeast corner of Sun Point parking area. Follow the Sun Point Nature Trail. This is an easy walk along the north shore of St. Mary Lake. At a junction in the trail we take the ...

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Bowman Lake

Bowman Lake Trailhead is located on the north shore of Bowman lake, north of the boat launch. The trip by car into Bowman Lake is slow going over a bumpy, narrow and dusty dirt road. The lake is beautiful and is worth the trip, however the road is not suitable ...

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Covey Loop Trail

Covey Loop Trail is an easy hike, starting out in the forest of lodgepole pines. This is new growth, after the Red Bench Fire of 1988. Hiking in about .05 miles you come to the meadow. In the spring you will find the meadow full of wildflowers galore. The ...

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Fire trail and Forest Loop Nature Trail

A paved road between the Camas Creek entrance and the Glacier Park entrance leads to the trailhead and parking area. We pick up a trail guide as we begin our walk and then follow the trail into the fire area. This walk shows us how a fire in the 1960?s ...

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Fish Lake

The trailhead, across from the Lake McDonald Lodge along Going to the Sun Road, begins at Sperry Trail. Parking is available at the Lodge parking lot. Just a short distance down the trail it changes to Gunsight Pass Trail. Several trails will branch off as you hike the trail. ...

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Granite Park Chalet

In beautiful Glacier National Park, is open from the first part of July until late in September. Here is an overnight shelter for the really serious Hikers, but this is a hike you will long remember, and never regret. Most Hikers start this climb from Logan Pass. It's a 7.4 mile trip ...

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Gunsight Pass

A backpack from Jackson Glacier Overlook to Lake Ellen Wilson, 10.9 miles; from Jackson Glacier Overlook to Sperry Chalet, 13.6 miles; or from Jackson Glacier Overlook to Lake McDonald Glacier National Park PO Box 128 West Glacier,MT,59936 Phone: (406) 888 7800 Email: ...

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Hidden Meadow

The Trailhead is located along Inside North Fork Road across from Lone Pine Prairie. This June day is cool and refreshing as we begin our hike. The area is known to have an abundance of wildlife so we are cautious, whistling and talking loud as we walk slowly along the ...

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Howe Lake Trail

5 miles north of Fish Creek Campground on the Inside North Fork Road. Elevation climb is 240 feet. There is parking spaces enough for about 4 vehicles. The last day of August 2006 was a cool one in Glacier park. We started our hike early in the day, the clouds ...

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Johns Lake Loop Trail

Fantastic and easy day hike. The climb is minimal and mostly in the forest. Drive east passed McDonald lodge 1.3 miles, the trailhead will be marked John' Lake .05 miles. Trailhead is on the opposite side of the road as the lodge with parking for about 8 cars. The trail ...

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Kootenai Lakes Trail

The trail begins at Goat Haunt, which is the Port of Entry back into the United States. Only Canadian or American citizens are allowed to hike the trails here. You must have I.D. and a trail pass. To reach Goat Haunt from Waterton, you may hike the Waterton Lakeshore Trail, use ...

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Lake McDonald - Apgar Lookout

3.3 miles - Left on un-maintained gravel road past West Glacier horse corral, then over Quarter Circle Bridge 1.5 miles. Elevation climbs 1,850 feet Glacier National Park PO Box 128 West Glacier,MT,59936 Phone: (406) 888 7800 Email: ...

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Logging Lake

The Trailhead is 7 miles south of the Polebridge entrance on Inside North Fork Road, located next to Logging Creek Campground and the ranger station. We camped the night in the campground and headed up the trail early through a mixed forest with a variety of wildflowers and berry ...

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McDonald Creek Bike Path

Two-mile long McDonald Creek Bike Path. Wheelchair accessible asphalt path 50 yards south of Apgar Visitors Center, is suitable as a nice, peaceful ride for the whole family. Children especially enjoy it, and is a good way to get them out in the woods in an active way that ...

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McDonald Lodge

Located 10 miles inside Glacier National Park 's west entrance on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, Lake McDonald lodge is nestled on the shore of the park's largest water basin. Tranquility is the key word whether staying in the lodge, rustic yet comfortable cottages or in the motor inn rooms. Lake ...

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