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Hiked in mid-August, outstanding weather and conditions!
Get started early to beat the crowd and the afternoon heat. The trail starts off flat as you pass the first lake, and continually rises in elevation till the end. Plenty of rest locations and the trail is well defined. Take your time and enjoy the scenery. It is absolutely worth it to go to the top and see the lake with icebergs floating. You can even touch a few of them!
To hike out, simply return the way you came in, and enjoy the sequence of the lakes. Great day hike, set aside at least 6-8 hours of time to complete.
Take lots of pictures!
Rebekah C. on Swiftcurrent Pass Trail
We came from the Granite Park Campground to Many Glacier. This was my favorite hike! Gorgeous views! We got to not only see the glacier but also several falls and you hike next to some gorgeous lakes. The big downside to this hike is the switchbacks... Probably a couple miles of them all at once. If you have bad knees it'll definitely be an issue. There is no way I could've gone up these switchbacks as they seem endless and there isn't much shade. Otherwise this hike is awesome!