Top 10 Tips for Visiting Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is spread out over 3 main regions, and there is so much to see that you're going to want to pack as much adventure as possible into your trip! After visiting Yellowstone National Park, I wrote about my Top 10 Tips for Visiting based off all of our experiences. Since then so many people have wrote to ... Read More

Happy Holidays from Glacier National Park 2015

Time has really flown since I wrote last year's Happy Holidays from Glacier. So much has changed but obviously one thing's the same, and we're still spending good quality time in the mountains during the holiday time off! If you'd like some more info about what's available during Glacier's off season, the link to the 2014 post below will give ... Read More

Snyder Lake in Glacier National Park

Snyder Lake in Glacier National Park is a great option for the spring and fall seasons when the Going to the Sun Road is closed at the Lake McDonald Lodge. There aren't a ton of options when the road is closed, and this makes for a great hike that's not as long as other hikes in this area. I'm not ... Read More

Johns Lake Loop in Glacier National Park

Johns Lake Loop in Glacier National Park is a great year round hike, it's only 1.8 miles so it's also a good hike for small children. This hike is wonderful late spring to early summer because the waterfalls are absolutely thundering with all the spring runoff, but it's also really pretty in the fall when the leaves are changing color. ... Read More

Swiftcurrent Lookout in Glacier National Park

Swiftcurrent Lookout in Glacier National Park has been on my 'to-do' list for years. I'd heard that the views were unbelievable, and they definitely didn't disappoint. If you hike the lookout from the Many Glacier side, it's about 16 miles roundtrip with 2,300' elevation gain, and it's considered to be a strenuous hike. I personally wouldn't usually consider 2,300' elevation ... Read More

Top 3 Short Hikes in Glacier National Park

We've met a lot of people who are on vacation in Glacier National Park, and across the board everyone is looking for the best short hikes to do. Short hikes are perfect for a half day adventure or as a little something to do on rest days in between bigger hikes. So today I've compiled the 3 best short hikes ... Read More

Piegan Mountain Scramble in Glacier National Park

The views from this short scramble were unbelievable! The 'trail' of sorts for both Piegan Mountain and Pollock Mountain start at Lunch Creek which is just minutes from Logan's Pass on the east side. We haven't done much scrambling in Glacier National Park yet, so we really had a blast getting back into some tougher terrain! We used to scramble ... Read More

Cracker Lake in Glacier National Park

Cracker Lake is located in the Many Glacier region of the park, and it ranks among most people's top 10 hikes to do in Glacier National Park. Many Glacier is probably my favorite section of the park for it's intense stunning beauty and glacial colored lakes. Even so, I'd never been to Cracker Lake until this year, and I definitely ... Read More

St. Mary and Virginia Falls in Glacier National Park

St. Mary and Virginia Falls is one of the best short hikes I've been on in Glacier National Park. It's pretty much just one long waterfall for miles! As you hike along through the forest, little openings appear with so many sets of falls that I lost count. The main attraction is obviously the 2 big falls that the trail ... Read More