Logan Pass - Glacier National Park, Montana, United States
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Logan Pass Glacier National Park
Area in Glacier National Park that was used as a pass for travelers to get through the mountains.
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Travel blogs from Logan Pass:
- ... Next Caught the bus to Logan pass ...
- ... After we got back from that foray (it was 6 miles round trip), we headed up to Logan Pass and had a look around ...
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Photos in this video:
- Big Horn Sheep near Logan Pass by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Where Have All the Glaciers Gone?
- Bighorn sheep at Logan Pass by Rachelandtodd from a blog titled Going to the Sun Road
- Andrew at Logan Pass by Burtonll from a blog titled Sittin' On Top of the World
- Goats near Logan Pass by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Where Have All the Glaciers Gone?
- Logan Pass is the Top by Gibb from a blog titled Going To The Sun Road
- Up toward Logan Pass by Pharmo from a blog titled Glacier National Park
- Peaks at Logan Pass by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Where Have All the Glaciers Gone?
- Falls at Logan Pass by Tink8580 from a blog titled On the way to Glacier Nat'l Park
- Logan pass sign by Tink8580 from a blog titled On the way to Glacier Nat'l Park
- At Logan Pass by Pharmo from a blog titled Glacier National Park
- Logan Pass by Lstoneham from a blog titled Montana - Glacier National Park--Breathtaking!
Glacier National Park, Part 1: West Glacier to Logan Pass (Montana Office of Tourism)
Traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road from West Glacier to Logan Pass is unforgettable. Your visual experiences will range from Lake McDonald Falls to Triple Arches and the Weeping Wall. The sight of mountain goats clinging to craggy peaks and grizzlies roaming their vast homeland leave you mesmerized. Every bend of this Road leads to another of seemingly limitless glory.
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Highline Trail at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
This video is captured on the saddle between Haystack Butte and Mount Gould in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. The Highline Trail is a spectacular hike along the Garden Wall between Logan Pass and the Granite Park Chalet. The trail is diverse with many unique and memorable features. More detailed information at hikingwithbarry.com
Going To The Sun Road - Hiking with Mountain Goats - Glacier National Park, Logan Pass - Montana
After setting into our St.Mary's/East Glacier KOA campground, we head into Glacier National Park for a day of exploring. We take the shuttle up the Going to the Sun road. It was an easy, quick way to avoid the hassle of parking. Once at the highest point, Logan Pass, we hop out and take a hike to Hidden Lake. This beautiful lake is nestled in the mountains and we were in awe of the wildflowers, mountain streams, and wildlife we saw. We lost count of the number of mountain goats we passed!
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View from Logan's Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Hiked up a good part of the way to get some turns on my snowboard up on Logan's Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana in the United States. I had to capture the beauty of a view from where I was for proof that I was there snowboarding in July.
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Driving Tour of Going to the Sun Road up to Logan Pass in Glacier National Park with Peak Fall Color
A condensed drive from West Glacier through Apgar Village, past Lake McDonald all the way up to Logan Pass on Going to the Sun Road. Video taken with the tree’s leaves in peak yellow color. Great views of Heaven’s Peak, Mt Cannon, Mt. Oberlin, and Heavy Runner Mountain.
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Hidden Lake Overlook Trail, Logan's Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA September 26, 2017
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Glacier National Park drive from Many Glacier to Loop and Logan Pass 2011
mostly stills and some movies of our drive from Many Glacier, Going to the Sun Road to The Loop, back up to Logan Pass Visitors Center and east on Going to the Sun Road.
Visiting Clements Mountain, Mountain in Montana, United States
Clements Mountain is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana Clements Mountain rises to the west of Logan Pass and above the Hidden Lake Trail which leads to Hidden Lake just west of the continental divide.
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Glacier National Park - Montana, USA
Many Glacier, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Logan Pass, The Loop, McDonald Creek
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Kawasaki Concours 1400 filming Logan Pass with a Gopro - Carol Lynn passing on her Kawasaki Vulcan - 9/1/2013
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Hiking to Hidden Lake - Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana
One of the most popular hikes in Glacier National Park is the Hidden Lake Trail that begins on the west side of the Logan Pass Visitor Center.
It's about 2.7 miles to the edge of Hidden Lake (5.4 miles round trip), but most visitors only cover half that distance, turning around after taking in the outstanding views at the Hidden Lake Overlook. The views all along the trail are great, and feature Clements Mountain and other peaks, the Garden Wall, wildlife and Hidden Lake itself.
It's a bit of a climb to the overlook, about a 500-foot gain. Then the trail drops almost 800 feet on the way to the lake - of course, you'll have to hike back up on your return. So it is a moderately difficult trail, especially for folks not used to hiking at higher elevations.
Wildflowers are common in the summer. As are mountain goats. I came across some bighorn sheep on one hike here. And as I confirmed the last time I made this hike, snow is possible at any time during the year.
The Photos (in order)
C14A1325 - Early in the hike the Garden Wall ridge is a featured view; the red rock in the foreground was once an ancient mudflat, evidence of the amount of geological uplift that has occurred in the region
C14A1377 - The trail passes a small alpine pond
C14A1345 - As the trail approaches the viewpoint, Hidden Lake comes into view
C14A1364 - Hikers aren't the only ones who enjoy the view of Hidden Lake; a mother mountain goat and her kid are taking in the view, too; the mountain goats here have gotten a little too used to hikers here, so they are a common site along the trail; I came across a handful of bighorn sheep along the trail the first time I hiked it (wildlife can be unpredictable and aggressive, especially if they sense a potential threat to their young)
Most visitors return to the parking area after enjoying the views from the overlook. You can double the length of your hike if you continue on down to the shore of Hidden Lake.
Because of ice on the trail, I skipped that portion of the trail the last time I was here, so the following pictures are from two earlier visits to the park.
M03A0060 - The different colors of the rock caught my eye along this stretch of the hike
W94A1283 - Another view of Hidden Lake
W94A1293 - Some mountain goats greeted me when I reached the shore of Hidden Lake
M03A0070 - A view of Hidden Lake from its shore; the water is quite clear - and quite cold
Mountain Goats at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana
Mountain Goats at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana, July 27, 2010.
Leaving Logan Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana
Glacier National Park - Logan Pass - Going to the Sun Road (Complete no Cut)
Going to the sun road (East to West) film with Karma Steadicam by Go-Pro July 2018
Going-to-the-Sun Road is a scenic mountain road in the Rocky Mountains of the western United States, in Glacier National Park in Montana. The Sun Road, as it is sometimes abbreviated in National Park Service documents, is the only road that traverses the park, crossing the Continental Divide through Logan Pass at an elevation of 6,646 feet (2,026 m), which is the highest point on the road.
The road is approximately 50 miles (80 km) long and spans the width of the park between the east and west entrance stations.
The two-lane Going-to-the-Sun Road is quite narrow and winding with hairpin turns, especially west of Logan Pass. Consequently, vehicle lengths over the highest portions of the roadway are limited to no longer than 21 feet (6.4 m) and no wider than 8 feet (2.4 m) between Avalanche Creek and Rising Sun picnic areas which are located many miles below Logan Pass, on the west and east sides of the pass, respectively. Vehicles over 10 feet (3.0 m) in height may not have sufficient clearance due to rock overhangs when driving west between Logan Pass and the hairpin turn called the Loop.
Howe Ridge Fire, wildfire Glacier National Park, Flathead County, Montana, United States
Howe Ridge Fire
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Howe Ridge Fire
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CL-215 Scooper plane over the Howe Ridge Fire dropping water
Location Glacier National Park, Flathead County, Montana, United States
Coordinates 48.643°N 113.916°W
Date(s) August 11 - current, 2018
Burned area 7,835 acres (3,171 ha)
Land use Forest
destroyed 10 or more
Non-fatal injuries 0
The Howe Ridge Fire is a wildfire in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Ignited by a thunderstorm on the evening of August 11, 2018, the fire was located on the northwest side of Lake McDonald. Two other fires were also started in the park due to the storm. On August 12th National Park Service officials issued a mandatory evacuation of private cabins and federally owned properties including the Lake McDonald Lodge complex which was temporarily closed. On August 13th, National Park officials then closed the 32 miles (51 km) of the Going-to-the-Sun Road from Apgar Village to Logan Pass on the west side of the park after extreme fire conditions occurred the previous evening, threatening multiple structures. By August 14th the fire had spread to over 2,500 acres (1,000 ha). Though fire fighting conditions had improved by August 14th, a preliminary damage assesstment stated that at least seven private residences and several other structures belonging to the National Park Service had been consumed by the blaze at the Kelly's Camp Historic District and a number of other park service owned structures at the Wheeler residence. The Lake McDonald Ranger Station was saved by firefighters after it's roof had been on fire. Thick haze and smoke obscured the fire on August 15th and while weather conditions remained favorable for fire growth, the haze kept the fire from spreading greatly. Haze and smoke made exact measurements of the amount of acreage burned difficult to determine, however infrared imagery indicated that the fire was 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) by August 16th.Glacier National Park is a national park located in the U.S. state of Montana, on the Canada–United States border with the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The park encompasses over 1 million acres (4,000 km2) and includes parts of two mountain ranges (sub-ranges of the Rocky Mountains), over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, and hundreds of species of animals. This vast pristine ecosystem is the centerpiece of what has been referred to as the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem,” a region of protected land encompassing 16,000 square miles (41,000 km2).
The region that became Glacier National Park was first inhabited by Native Americans. Upon the arrival of European explorers, it was dominated by the Blackfeet in the east and the Flathead in the western regions. Under pressure, the Blackfeet ceded the mountainous parts of their treaty lands in 1895 to the federal government; it later became part of the park. Soon after the establishment of the park on May 11, 1910, a number of hotels and chalets were constructed by the Great Northern Railway. These historic hotels and chalets are listed as National Historic Landmarks and a total of 350 locations are on the National Register of Historic Places. By 1932 work was completed on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, later designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, which provided greater accessibility for automobiles into the heart of the park.
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