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Trail of The Cedars - Glacier National Park

A short loop hike through a cedar forest to Avalanche Gorge that is wheelchair accessible as well
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.5 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview:  This is a short hike through the woods over wooden boardwalks and bridges that are handicapped accessible for wheelchairs or the... more »

Tips:  The trailhead begins across the Going to the Sun Road from the Avalanche Lake Ranger Station in Glacier National Park. There is... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Parking

Parking on the side of the road. Head off into the woods following the trail signs for Avalance Gorge and Trail of The Cedars.

2. Boardwalk Through The Woods

This is what the wooden boardwalk through the woods looks like. It is incredibly well maintained!

3. Avalanche Gorge

Check out the beautiful glacial water cascading down through the rocks of this gorge.

4. Avalanche Creek Views

Views of the surrounding peaks from Avalanche Creek From here just follow the trail back out to the road and walk a short distance up the road back to your vehicle.