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Avalanche Lake, Glacier National Park
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Avalanche Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Avalanche Lake is southwest of Bearhat Mountain and receives meltwater from Sperry Glacier. Avalanche Lake is a hike from the trailhead along the Trail of the Cedars.
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  • This was an easier hike than grinell or highline. People of all ages were doing this hike. Great for families & even older folks if they take a few breaks . It is mostly wooded so on a warm day it fee...  more »
  • We had planned to hike the highline but a very early snow closed Logan pass for the rest of our stay. A ranger at lake McDonald lodge advised us to do this on the foggy/might snow/chilly day instead. ...  more »
  • This quite simple and short hike offers incredible Lake views; the color, the mountains around, in October, it was very quiet and more. We have taken the time to go around, we have even begun to think outside the, but the powerful growl of a bear brought us on the pedestrian paths. Not to be missed!
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