Glacier National Park: To See & Do In The Park- Part 1
Lake McDonald- the largest lake in the park and a great spot to start your trip. Visit the lodge and see the famous colored rocks.
Johns Lake Loop Trail- near McDonalds Lodge, this 1.9 mile loop winds through forest to the lake filled with water lilies.
Sacred Dancing Cascade- along the Johns Lake loop, the blue water is breathtaking.
McDonald Falls- past Sacred Dancing Cascades on the Johns Lake loop trail. Great spot for a break and to take in the water views.
Trail of the Cedars- short & accessible loop trail past giant ancient cedar trees.
Avalanche Lake Trail- a 6.7 mile out and back trail branching off of the Trail of the Cedars. Multiple waterfalls run into this mountain lake.
Going to the Sun Road- almost 50 miles of scenic road through the park. Pull off at any of the overlooks for amazing views.
Logan Pass- the highest point of the scenic road at 6,647 feet elevation. Also situated along the Continental Divide.
Mountain Goats- find these guys throughout the park but especially at Logan Pass.
Highline Loop Trail- 11.8 mile roundtrip from Logan Pass to one of last glaciers in the park. Trail being open depends on weather.
Weeping Wall- located along the Going to the Sun road, a natural waterfall coming through the rock wall.
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