By An Trieu
July 24, 2022
Top Tip: Time your road trip right when the park is mostly open and roads are free of snow. Peak season is May - September, but best is August!
Check for vehicle reservation and restrictions on the National Park Service website. It's an incredibly scenic drive, a #1 must do when in Glacier National Park.
The lake is incredible anytime of the day for a picnic, and it's more stunning at sunset. You can rent a paddle board, kayak, canoe, or a bike at the Apgar Village nearby.
5.9 mile trail that's kid and family friendly with incredibly scenic views, waterfalls and a pristine turquoise alpine lake at the end.
Another popular must-stop and hike in! 2.9 mile moderate trail with mostly boardwalks. Hike early to avoid the crowd, pack along layers and bear spray.
From Logan Pass to Grinnell Overlook, INCREDIBLE 360 views with wild animals spotted everywhere! It's my most favorite trail I have ever done.
Deers, Elks, Bighorn Sheeps, Grizzly Bears, Black Bears, Coyotes, and Wolves are common in the park. Keep your distance and do not feed them.