Grinnell Glacier Trail is a 9.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near East Glacier Park, MT that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, fishing, and fly fishing and is accessible from July until September.
I have never seen anything more beautiful. I felt like I was hiking in Switzerland. Getting to see mountains all around was such an amazing experience. I was there during this past summer in June and I would recommend this hike to everyone.
Beautiful. We went at the end of October, and basically had the trail to ourselves. A little strenuous, but doable (and I am not in great shape). The entire hike was unbelievably beautiful.
This is an awesome hike. If you take the boat to the Swift-current pass can reduce the total round trip to 7.5m-8miles. All through the hike the scenery is beautiful ! You also get to see the ice burgs floating in the water at the glacier. Worth all the hard work.
Awesome hike. Long but not technical with gradual incline to the glacier. Continue on past glacier to Angel Wings summit for a bonus. Oh yeah, bring bear spray!
Our first trip to Glacier did not disappoint. The hike was great & the views unbelievable.
This hike is well worth the trek. A bit strenuous in areas, and a lot of uphill battles throughout, but the views are so worth it.
The perfect hike. Lake views the entire hike. Picturesque. When we went, Ptarmigan and Iceberg trails were closed due to bear activity so there were lots and lots of people on Grinnell.
Great run! Did the whole thing in 2hrs 30min 18km
Beautiful views the entire hike.
This hike is what dreams are made of. From a high cliff trail over a breath taking water fall to a ice cold glacier. This hike had it all. Great views for miles and one of a kind picture views that i still enjoy to this day. The moutain goat at the top was pretty awesome on its own. The trail had the feel of a hiker Logan's pass.
great trail, but very busy. took the 830am shuttle boat which allowed us to see multiple bears above the tree line that I wouldn't have seen otherwise.
Awesome hike! Toughest part was probably the last .5 mile to the actual glacier.
Great trial to hike with family. Saw a grizzly bear and her cub and three big horn sheep. You'll hike over 12 miles without even thinking about it. A lot of people hike on this trial. Carry bear spray and have a good camera.
We hiked from many glacier hotel as opposed to taking the boat shuttle. Shuttle cuts off about 4 miles round trip, but those are an easy 4 miles and in fact we beat the boat by hiking it. Beautiful hike all the way to the glacier, spectacular lakes and waterfalls all the way up. Glacier was beautiful but is more of a lake with ice now. Take your lunch and eat at the glacier not the small picnic area .5 miles from the glacier.
Spectacular. The views start early and don't stop. Big horn sheep, goats, and hoary marmots frequent the area. You have to go under a waterfall at one point, so be careful with camera equipment and kiddos. Go now before the glacier is gone!
the trail head states the hike to the glacier is 5.5 miles so RT is 11 miles.
This trail was nothing short of spectacular. Amazing scenery, moderate difficulty, lots of wildlife. Spotted mama grizzly bear and cub on the way across the lake. Lots of mountain goats and big horn sheep on the trail. We took the ferry boats across the two lakes and hiked the 7.2 mile RT from the second ferry landing. Awesome hike, totally recommended.