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Granite Park Trail

Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, MT
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Easiest route is from Logan Pass

Love this hike. We always come from Logan Pass and then down to the Loop or over Swift Current... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2016
NSP9454
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Spokane, Washington
Plan to visit for the 3rd time this summer

Breathtaking views, fresh mountain air & lots of wild life to see. Who wouldn't want to add... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2016
skmorton45
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Grove, Oklahoma
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Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, MT
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Reviewed 1 September 2016

Love this hike. We always come from Logan Pass and then down to the Loop or over Swift Current Pass to the other side. The route from the Loop has more vertical gain in a shorter distance.

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Reviewed 5 August 2016

Breathtaking views, fresh mountain air & lots of wild life to see. Who wouldn't want to add Granite Park Trail to their itinerary? We'll be heading back there again this September to take a grand daughter who has never been there.

1  Thank skmorton45
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We parked very early and parked at the Loop. We then shuttled up to Logan Pass. If you choose to do this, go early. Parking fills, the shuttles fill, but it is all easier if you go early. The hike begins by walking on a...More

1  Thank balldred
Reviewed 11 July 2016

This hike is simply breath-taking! There are multiple routes to Granite Park Chalet but we took the shortest due to the fact that we planned to continue on to Swiftcurrent Mt Lookout and then Grinnell Glacier Overlook (total of approximately 15 miles). If you have...More

10  Thank Anna M
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Again...another WOW hike and not so difficult but a little over 12 miles. It is only easier if you start at Logan Pass @ the Highline Trail. Amazing vistas, long horned sheep, marmot, etc. Also nearing the granite chalet there is a 0.6 heaving incline...More

Thank roninica
Reviewed 29 July 2014

This 8-mile round trip trail gains about 2,200 feet of altitude. It starts out in patchy forest, carving out two huge switchbacks into the hillside before cresting out at the top of a flat hill. The last half a mile to the chalet is a...More

Thank OilRover
Reviewed 27 September 2013

We did this section as a loop from Many Glacier Hotel to Granite Chalet (via Swiftcurrent Pass) and then out to Logan pass. The trail is modest in elevation gain/loss. Extremely scenic with good chances for wildlife. We saw a marmot, grizzly, amd sheep on...More

Thank RaleighBigR
Reviewed 17 September 2011

We hiked up from the loop parking area - it's about 4 miles but 2200 feet elevation gain - we are in our 50's so it was a bit of a challenge - but not really too bad. Probably a better way would be to...More

2  Thank Douglas L
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