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Lake by Many Glacier with lots of hikes and a boat ride

We spent two different days in this area, hanging out at the Many Glacier lodge, taking a boat ride... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Best Day in Glacier

We spent the majority of our day hiking Swiftcurrent Nature Trail towards Grinnell Glacier, and... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Prior Lake, Minnesota
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A scenic lake.
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Glacier National Park, MT
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Reviewed yesterday

We spent two different days in this area, hanging out at the Many Glacier lodge, taking a boat ride and hike to Grinnell Lake, hiking to Red Rock Falls (at the end of road by the Swiftcurrent Lodge). There is also a falls right before...More

Thank steveanderson4
Reviewed 4 days ago

We spent the majority of our day hiking Swiftcurrent Nature Trail towards Grinnell Glacier, and then back to take a dip in Swiftcurrent Lake. (It was 94 degrees the day we hiked! The freezing water felt amazing!). We loved this trail because we were able...More

Thank TeamHerz
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you want a few trout for dinner, you can usually catch your limit here. Nice easy walk around the lake to find your fishing spot, or you can rent a kayak or canoe to get out to deeper water. Lots of pan-sized Brook trout...More

Thank Richard B
Reviewed 1 week ago

The boat ride across the lake was beautiful and the driver was packed full of facts and presented them in a fun and easy going manner that really made the ride nice. We saw a moose and he took us close enough to take pics...More

1  Thank Charlene P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a hoot of a place to go to ! We reached in our RV during midday and it was a perfect sight with the reflection of the water being a perfect shape and the blue skies and the water. The season hadnt started...More

1  Thank diksha n
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took a boat tour of the lake, then hiked across a small hill to another small lake (Johnson, I think). After touring that lake, hiked back to our hotel. Relaxing couple of hours.

Thank Dick T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Swiftcurrent lake is the backdrop for Many Glacier Hotel, which was built back in the early 1900's by the Great Northern Railway Co. to house visitors travelling from coast to coast on their rail system. You can rent a boat to row in the lake...More

Thank PinkTanager
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Swiftcurrent Lake is right at the Many Glacier Lodge. It is absolutely breathtaking and worth driving to! There is a small falls near there as well. We just sat in awe of the beauty and watched the lake. Very peaceful!

Thank Sally B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The road is a like rough. Be careful if you have a low clearance vehicle like a Corvette. We worth the trip. Spend time by the lake and enjoy the view.

Thank Walt P
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Stopped by to see Swiftcurrent Falls, but there was so much more to see. The view was breathtaking. My wife made the comment that it was so beautiful she was going to cry when we left, and she did. The falls were right off the...More

Thank kevinlaslie
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