Dutch Lakes

Dutch Lakes

If you’re up for an adventure in Glacier National Park that includes a little bit of route finding with a couple creek crossings to a remote lake, then Dutch Lakes in the North Fork might just be your hike. Starting out with the trailhead, things aren’t very obvious. At a bend in the road just[…]

Trout Lake

Trout Lake trip

In the drainage just north of Lake McDonald lies the Camas Creek drainage. I’ve titled this as Trout Lake as this is the most famous feature in the area and the name of the trailhead that is the most popular way to access this remote and infamous* area of Glacier National Park. From the trailhead,[…]

Highline Trail

A trip along Going to the Sun Road in the heart of Glacier National Park usually means a stop at Logan Pass. Many visitors will wander around the visitor’s center, get back in their cars and continue driving. Most that decide on going for a hike will choose Hidden Lake. Those looking for another longer[…]

Ptarmigan – Redgap (including Iceberg Lake)

Many Glacier

Most visitors to Glacier National Park are looking for great day hikes. In the Many Glacier area, it doesn’t get much better than a trip up to Iceberg Lake and/or Ptarmigan Tunnel. The trail that serves both hikes is often closed due to Grizzly Bear activity, so a planned alternative is recommended, but if you[…]

Triple Divide

Razoredge Mountain

A fantastic hike that leads from the St. Mary valley to the Cutbank area goes over a fantastic pass called Triple Divide Pass*. While it seemed that most people started at the St. Mary side, I started at the Cutbank trailhead on August 10, 2011. You start out walking in meadows on either side. The[…]

Medicine Grizzly Lake

Medicine Grizzly Lake

Right up the heart of the Cutbank Creek drainage lies a beautiful lake called Medicine Grizzly Lake. 2011 was an amazing year for wildflowers and waterfalls and this trip displayed that tremendously. Most people walk past the junction to this lake on their way to Triple Divide Pass which gives you a bird’s eye view[…]