We went there during September, one of the better seasons of the park and as luck would have it - it rained for two days. But despite all that this is a great hike. Finding the trailhead/road to it was a bit of a problem. We kept going on and on hoping it was the right one. The road alternates between very good and really bad.
Views of the valley and the glaciers were breathtaking. The trail climbs for the first 2 miles and the last one mile is pretty much flat. Of course,at the end of the pass there are more trails goto to the foot of the glacier for folks who have the time.
The restrooms at the trailhead are some of the worst I have seen. Avoid if possible.
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