Logan Pass

Logan Pass, Glacier National Park: Address, Phone Number, Logan Pass Reviews: 4.5/5

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Area in Glacier National Park that was used as a "pass" for travelers to get through the mountains.
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Point Lookout, MO232 contributions
Absolutely Beautiful
Jul 2021
I will say this is the 1st place you should go...like get up at 0430 and drive into the park skipping everything else on the Going to the Sun Road. The parking lot is pretty big, but it fills up fast. We saw a lot of Bighorn sheep when we arrived, and on the hike to Hidden Lake (we could only go so far as there were active bear sightings in the area of the lake). We didn't go into the gift shop/visitor's center...but it looked nice from the outside. Lots of little marmots running around the meadow above the parking lot...and if you get there at the right time you'll see fields of flowers and hike through some snow too. One tip the locals gave that we didn't do because of time was to be at Logan Pass at night...sundown to late...counting stars and seeing wildlife.
Written October 13, 2021
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Edward C
San Diego, CA33 contributions
Logan Pass
Sep 2021
It was cold an windy here at the continental divide. The gift shop does not sell and snacks or soft drinks, only bottled water. This is wild country and there are safe trails and dangerous trails. A woman hiker fell to her death last week.
Written September 10, 2021
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RussU2525
Wichita Falls, TX1,220 contributions
Best views through the smoke
Aug 2021
Of all the smokey scenic views this place probably provided the most to see in the entire park. It was to crowded to park on way out, but I believe at 4 on our way back home we got lucky and found a car backing out although some psycho pedestrian running around the parking lot tried to claim it was her spot as her husband was driving around. Be aware of these tards and tell them to get a life lol.
Written August 23, 2021
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vpar4
High Point, NC150 contributions
Late afternoon get you parking
Jun 2021
Yes, parking is tough unless you get there before 7AM or after 3:30. Both days we went in the late afternoon, which made for easy parking. It may be tough to do Hidden Lake at that time but with smaller kids, we were not planning the whole hike anyway. We did the first part of the Highline Trail which has great views, but has steep drop offs.
Written August 21, 2021
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Christina B
New Orleans, LA2,351 contributions
Amazing Views !!
Jul 2021 • Family
We arrived around 2pm and had no issues parking. We hiked to Hidden Lake Overlook. This is a moderate 3 mile RT. Although most of it is on a boardwalk it is on at least a 10% grade in most areas. LOTS of steps as well. Last 1/4 is a natural trail, still on an incline up. We saw some waterfalls, mountain goats & long horn sheep. Some other smaller animals (not sure of names). Look up on the ridge once you get to the natural trail or in the trees. Mountain Goats were there & sheep farther down on the others side in the rocky areas. The vista and views are amazingly beautiful!! The Lake itself is nice, but no big Wow for us.
There’s a small lookout area & information. On the return the momentum carries you fairly fast & steps are a little rough on older knees, so take your time. Worth the hike up!!
Written August 3, 2021
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ACTtherapist
Hoover, AL330 contributions
Logan Pass must-do
Jul 2021
Logan Pass area is so beautiful! We have heard so many people complain about parking, but if you go here on a shuttle you can easily enjoy the ride up and down with no parking hassles, and the shuttles come by constantly (just don't wait toooooo late!) I am recovering from a surgery and unable to do any real hiking, but I did walk part of the Hidden Lake boardwalk, and just soaked in the beauty behind the Visitor's Center.....the snow covered peaks, the alpine meadows, the crisp air......I went here at least 3-4 times in our 5 days in the park (via Red bus or Shuttle). Do not miss this, even if you can't walk far. We also enjoyed the visitor's center and gift shop (you must wait to get in and wear a mask)....good selection in the gift shop. There is a bottle refill station near the restrooms. The restrooms flush, but do not have running water to wash hands, but hand sanitizer.
Written July 31, 2021
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micndav
Pittsburgh, PA30 contributions
Get Here Early!
Jul 2021
This is the starting point for 2 spectacular hikes, so you must get here early or parking will be an issue. We arrived at 7 a.m. and the parking lot was already full. We ended up parking about a mile downhill and walking up to Logan Pass. Be sure to hike behind the visitor center to see longhorn sheep, bear, and goats. Don't miss it!
Written July 21, 2021
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Pam C
Montgomery City, MO139 contributions
Morning stop
Jul 2021
We got to Logan’s Pass about 6:30 am and the lot was already filling up. It is a beautiful stop on the going to the sun road. We did a short hike and when we got back to parking lot it was packed! We had to ask people to back up just to be able to exit our parking spot. If you go, I would suggest very early or late in evening
Written July 15, 2021
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lithlith
Michigan742 contributions
Great if you can find parking
Jul 2021
Logan Pass is great! It's a huge parking lot with bathrooms, a small gift shop and the starting point for many hiking trails. The downside is that there is not enough parking for everyone who wants to park here. Either arrive before 7am to secure a spot or after 4pm. Anything in between that you'll have to stalk someone to their car to acquire a spot. We did the Hidden Lake Overlook trail that started at Logan Pass and that was fantastic!
Written July 11, 2021
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ayr
San Diego, CA12 contributions
Fun hike but lots of snow in June
Jun 2021
We hiked on this the first day that the road opened so there was still a lot of snow. Kids had fun sliding around everywhere and there were sheep at the top. Our twins (8) were able to do the hike.
Written July 8, 2021
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