Hiking in Glacier National Park

March 12th, 2010 by HTL

One of the most popular activities, and one that is accessible to all, is hiking the local area.  Glacier National Park has in excess of 700 trails, from the wheelchair accessible boardwalk of The Trail of the Cedars to overnight excursions into the peaks of the back country and plenty in between.

Favorites of our guests include: Avalanche Lake (2 miles); Hidden Lake (1.5 miles to the overlook, a further 1.5 miles down to the lake itself); and The Highline (featured in the youtube clip Hiking in Glacier National Park – The Highline).

Beyond the park itself, and for the more intrepid hiker why not try The Great Northern ?  8 miles up to an elevation of 8,600 feet with views over the Bob Marshall Wilderness.

Let us help you plan your trip, with up-to-date local information and a whole heap of maps, our staff are always ready and eager to help make your stay the best it can be and to ensure you leave with memories that will last a lifetime.  With views like this, it makes our job easy !!

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