The hike extending from the Sperry trailhead by Lake McDonald Lodge to the Avalanche Lake trailhead covers some fantastic lush undergrowth through the low areas of the West Glacier area. It travels past the small quiet John’s Lake and makes up part of the Johns Lake Loop which is a great short hike right off of the Going to the Sun Road. Enjoy the video and look for the surprise at the end.
The GPS data below looks like it hiccuped on one part that leaves a little gap around Johns Lake, but it was only because I zoomed out.
7 responses to “Johns Lake Trail”
fun jake! nice job =)
Sweet! Thanks for sharing.
Try counting one-thousand-one, one-thousand-two as you pan. You’re making us dizzy! I liked the trillium photo (also known as wakerobin I think)- one of the earliest of spring flowers in MT. It prefers the wet areas.
Appreciated you finding nice things to say about John’s Lake (good attitudes are refreshing!) Anytime we see cars parked there we can’t resist saying “Oh those poor people” and then we laugh.
Sometimes you have to hike what you can. It’s not as grand as the other places in the park, but it’s a nice shaded walk with a quaint lake. 😀
Do the trail have colored blazes?
Nope, but they’re really easy to follow and the signage is great.