Fall in love with the park's unforgettable scenery―sapphire lakes, knife-edge ridges, hanging valleys, and towering peaks
Courtesy of Richard Peat
Going-to-the-Sun Road peaks at the 6,646-foot Logan Pass, bisected by the Continental Divide―which the Blackfeet Indians called the Backbone of the World. Mountains rise everywhere. A short walk on the 1 1/2-mile (one way) Hidden Lake Nature Trail will lead you past a subalpine meadow dotted with beargrass, to an overlook, and perhaps to a glimpse of mountain goats.