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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Trail of the Cedars

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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Trail of the Cedars

Hiking the Trail of the Cedars in Glacier National Park is one of the most popular activities along the Going-to-the-Sun Road.  Not only is it one of the easiest and most accessible hikes to people of all ages, skill levels and physical conditions (including wheelchair accessible), it is also in a location that is likely already on your planned route in the park. 

Though the trail is only 0.8-miles in total, you’ll feel immediately immersed in a thick grove of trees.  Since the trail is a loop, even the kids won’t get bored at all along this hike. There is also a wonderful side trip to Avalanche Gorge, accessible only after a short incline if you are up for it!

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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Campgrounds

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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Campgrounds

Glacier National Park is large with many different areas to visit, so choosing from the numerous Glacier National Park campgrounds to find the right one or two for your visit can be challenging.  While the options may seem overwhelming, you’re likely to find many different campsites that will suit you and your traveling companions well. After all, with whatever site you pick, you are going to be sleeping in one of the most beautiful places in the country!

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Just Go to Kootenai Falls, Montana - What to See and Do

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Just Go to Kootenai Falls, Montana - What to See and Do

Located inside of the beautiful Kootenai National Forest, Kootenai Falls is a spectacular site to visit in the northwest corner of Montana.  The Kootenai National Forest comprises over 2.2 million acres of land, and while Kootenai Falls is a small piece of the forest, it is certainly beautiful, easy to get to and worth a few minutes (or even a full day!) of your time. Most people come to the area to see the falls, either from an overlook or up close.  But in addition to the falls, which drop over 300 feet in a short distance over a series...

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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Hiking the Avalanche Lake Trail

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Just Go to Glacier National Park - Hiking the Avalanche Lake Trail

The Avalanche Lake Trail (via the Trail of the Cedars) is one of Glacier National Park’s most popular hikes-and for good reason.  Coming in at 4.6 miles (round trip) and with less than a thousand feet of elevation gain, this hike is very doable for most school aged children and active adults.  Additionally, the trail contains waterfalls, hiking in the forest and amazing views of the lake and surrounding mountains. If you are looking for a great hike for your family to really get a sense for what it’s like in the interior of Glacier National Park, then the Avalanche...

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Ask Andrew - Glacier National Park

Ask Andrew Glacier National Park Montana

Ask Andrew - Glacier National Park

Andrew traveled to Glacier National Park in July 2018. We asked him for his thoughts on the park, and here is what he wrote.

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