Want the BEST of the best? Here are my favorite hiking trails in Glacier:

Hidden Lake Hiking Guide

About Hidden Lake Trail Trail Highlights – Open meadows, spectacular views, crystalline alpine lake, plentiful wildflowers and wildlife Roundtrip Length – 6 miles Elevation Gain – 540 feet Peak Elevation – 7,152 feet Parking Lot — Yes Difficulty — Easy Region – Logan Pass Availability of Water – Yes Hidden Lake is an extremely popular […]

Iceberg Lake Hiking Guide

About Iceberg Lake Trail Trail Highlights – Fantastic views, gorgeous alpine lake, wildflowers, wildlife Roundtrip Length – 9.7 miles Elevation Gain – 1,275 feet Peak Elevation – 6,160 feet Parking Lot — Yes Difficulty — Moderate Region – Many Glacier Availability of Water – Yes The hike to Iceberg Lake is extremely popular and the […]

Gunsight Trail Photo Tour: Glacier's Most Beautiful Trail

Hiking in Glacier National Park is an experience like no other – Take a photo guided tour of Gunsight Pass, one of the best Glacier National Park hiking trails. Gunsight Trail is perhaps one of the most beautiful hikes in the park. For me personally, it was also one of the most dangerous–but that was […]

The Highline Trail Photo Tour

The Highline Trail is one of Glacier National Park’s best hikes. Take a scenic, photo tour and learn why The Highline hiking trail is so popular. The photos below will take you on a tour of this hiking trail from start to finish. Highlights include: Logan Pass parking lot, wildflower images, towering mountains, Granite Park […]

Explore Two Medicine

To the Blackfeet Indians, the mountains of the Two Medicine region were referred to as the Backbone of the World. In addition to hunting, the Blackfeet would venture into the shadows of these massive mountains on vision quests. Today, this area is just as breathtaking and vision inducing for the trekkers who explore the vast, […]

Exploring Logan Pass

If Glacier National Park is the ‘Crown of the Continent’, Logan Pass is it’s most illustrious jewel. Located on the Continental Divide at 6,646 feet, it’s Visitors Center is the highest point on Going To The Sun Road. From this vantage point, two million visitors a year: Everything You Need to Know About Logan Pass […]

Bowman Lake

If serenity’s what you need, escape to Bowman Lake on the North Fork of the Flathead River for a few nights. Its calm waters mirror the big sky and snowcapped peaks of the Whitefish and Livingston Montana mountain ranges, while the only motors you’ll hear are those of an occasional, distant car, as motor boats […]

Exploring Lake McDonald Lodge

Lake McDonald Lodge near the west entrance of Glacier National Park is a fantastic base camp to spider out from and explore the park’s west side. Before beginning, please keep in mind that this section is not designed for information on the lodge; for that, please refer to the West Glacier Montana lodging options. Rather, […]