Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park
Categories: Scenic Drives, Tourist Spots, Outdoor Activities
If you want to cross Glacier National Park (not to mention the Continental Divide at Logan Pass), hop in your car for a ride along the 83 km (52 mi) Going-to-the-Sun Road. Along the way, you'll be rewarded with spectacular views of valleys, glacial lakes, waterfalls, tundra, and wildlife. The Jackson Glacier overlook features some of the best views of all. Campgrounds, picnic areas, and lodging are all available along the route--but gas isn't, so fill your tank before heading out. Be aware that some parts of the road may not be accessible, depending on the weather conditions. Make Going-to-the-Sun Road a part of your Glacier National Park vacation plans using our Glacier National Park travel itinerary maker.
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Incredibly beautiful scenery is available from this road that clings precariously to the side of the mountains. The road is narrow, traffic moves slowly. The entire drive takes a couple hours with sto... read more »
goodness! there is no way to describe the beauty and majesty of the landscape imagery going up and even coming back down this scenic road in Glacier. You have to experience it at least once in your li... read more »
There are no words to describe this drive. You'll have plenty of opportunity to turn out and get out of your car and embrace the beauty you're in.
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