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Highline Trail

Along Garden Wall, Glacier National Park, MT
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Usually not open until middle to late July due to Snow

Hiked this once and could not do it the next time due to snow in July still blocking it. We started... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Terrance1953
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Manchester, Connecticut
An In-and-Out From Logan Summit is Better Than the Entire Trail!

We don't enjoy the lower part of the Highline Trail from the Loop. Its boring and a little... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2017
MaryEllenM27
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Kalispell, Montana
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A popular hiking trail with phenomenal views.
  • Excellent86%
  • Very good11%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Along Garden Wall, Glacier National Park, MT
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Hiked this once and could not do it the next time due to snow in July still blocking it. We started from Logan Pass where we left the car, took hours to reach one of the back country old chalets, ate our lunch and proceeded...More

2  Thank Terrance1953
Reviewed 31 March 2017

We don't enjoy the lower part of the Highline Trail from the Loop. Its boring and a little difficult for what it offers. If you start from the Loop, you may give up and not hike the trail at all. On the other hand hiking...More

12  Thank MaryEllenM27
Reviewed 17 March 2017

My Husband and I are big travelers and often plan our trips around hiking. We did multiple hikes on our recent visit to Glacier and the Highline was our favorite. This is a long hike (one direction) that required a little forethought as we were...More

4  Thank brittanyvaughn917
Reviewed 27 February 2017

We didn't even go all the way on the trail but saw big horns, mountain goats and a bear. The views are incredible. It does have section that is along a narrow cliff edge that may not be for everybody. We started at Logan Pass...More

Thank jnobz
Reviewed 19 February 2017

First things first- if you are wanting to access this trail from Logan's Pass and intend to drive, GET THERE EARLY! We got there around 6 45 AM, and the parking lot was probably already half way full. We did the Hidden Lake Trail after...More

6  Thank Matt G
Reviewed 21 December 2016

This hike was incredibly beautiful and boasts some of the best views of the park! We started from Logan pass and visited in late August 2012. I will caution that my father and I were not completely prepared for the physical demands of this hike...More

7  Thank Angela L
Reviewed 20 December 2016 via mobile

I cannot say enough about this trail. It is one of the more amazing things I have done in my life. Some parts are more challenging, but the reward is well worth it. At one point you are walking along the face of a wall...More

5  Thank GatorGirl428
Reviewed 10 November 2016

This was a very unique hike. I'm not crazy about heights, but my husband really wanted to do it and I am glad we did. If you don't like dropoffs, this hike may not be for you, though. We did see quite a few big...More

3  Thank Ann S
Reviewed 7 November 2016

This is a must do hike . We hiked it Labor Day. It was chilly & foggy in the morning which made it feel ominous . We hiked from Logan pass twd. Granite park chalet / this direction is for the most part downhill except...More

2  Thank Joaner1
Reviewed 30 October 2016

Hit this at the perfect time of year. Trail took longer to hike than it should have because there were so many pictures to take. Use the park shuttle system to do the entire length.

2  Thank Artie P
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benheld
We'll be doing Glacier with our one year old this summer (he'll be in a hiking carrier). We're planning on going to Logan Pass and doing the Hidden Lake trail, but I was thinking that maybe we could do a portion of Highline. Anyone does this hike with a baby? If we were to go one or two miles in and then hike back out, would we still see some of the nice views?
14 May 2017|
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Response from GatorGirl428 | Reviewed this property |
Sure would! I'm assuming the baby would be in a carrier/backpack type thing and that would be fine.
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garjlb
We will be travelling to Glacier in mid to late June. What's the likelihood of too much snow to hike the Highline from Logan's pass at that time?
23 April 2017|
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Response from MaryEllenM27 | Reviewed this property |
99.9% it will not be open this year. We just had more snow on top last night.
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Joaner1
We are interested in taking the highline trail from Logan's pass & connecting to swift current pass trail. However I see that the shuttle system does not go to Many Glacier. How would we be able to return to our car if we parked at Logan's pass. We camp at Many Glacier campground the first 3 nights & then stay at swift current inn & then fish creek campground 2 nights & a night at lake McDonald lodge later in the week . I assume it is a quicker drive from the west to do this trail if we start at Logan's pass . Thanks Joan
11 August 2016|
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Response from Jeremiah Z | Reviewed this property |
Check out this website. Between July 1-Sept. 4, 2017, if you're staying at Many Glacier Campground or at Swiftcurrent Inn, you can take the 7:30am Xanterra shuttle from Swiftcurrent Inn to the St. Mary Visitor Center (cost... More
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