Taking visitors through the heart of Glacier National Park and cresting the Continental Divide at Logan Pass is the Going-to-the-Sun Road. An engineering marvel and National Historic Landmark, the Going-to-the-Sun Road connects West Glacier and St. Mary and provides travelers with stunning view of mountain peaks, high valley, wildflowers and wildlife. Perhaps the most popular attraction in Glacier National Park, the Going-to-the-Sun Road is one of most scenic drives in the nation.
Glacier National Park is reopening in phases, so expect things to be a little out of the ordinary this year. PLEASE TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY. Plan well, monitor and adjust, stay safe, be respectful, be kind, be patient, and be prepared.
Visitors can drive 44 miles from the West Entrance to Rising Sun. Visitors will need to enter and exit Going-to-the-Sun Road via the west entrance. Due to the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council's resolution restricting non-essential travel on the reservation, the east entrance at St. Mary remains closed. Visitors should also leave West Glacier with a full tank of gas, as there are no gas services at Rising Sun. Expect temporary closures due to full parking lots and congestion.
Areas of the North Fork, including the roads to Kintla and Bowman Lakes are open. Expect temporary closures at the Polebridge Ranger Station, due to full parking lots and congestion.
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