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Matt Schindler reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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Kelli Avanzino reviewed Siyeh Pass Trail
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I used to guide as a ranger on this trail and there is no difficult creek or river crossing, so not sure why people are mentioning that. I’ve hiked 300+ miles of trails in Glacier and this is in the top 3. Just gorgeous. As others have said, there’s tons of variety and the views at the top of the pass are stunning in 3 different directions. Highly recommend!

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Steven Kresek reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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Good snowshoeing. Some trees down over the trail.

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Andrew Borchman reviewed Siyeh Pass Trail
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Hiked this in late July and it was a fantastic time. A moderate climb pretty much the whole way up, but nothing extreme. There was still snow at the top, and the winds were as fierce as one would expect. The best part for me was the wildflowers were blooming big time. Didn't see any bears while we walked it but was told by others groups they had just seen one- would have been cool to see but I'd rather be safe. That being said- we were carrying bear spray and you should too! But that's true of any hike in Glacier.

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Jared Deckwa reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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Grant Brad reviewed Siyeh Pass Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

hiked this back in august. moderate out and back hike. breathtaking views of east side of park

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Shay Luckett reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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was expecting more of a trail. less of a trudge

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Pretty steep but obvious trail, even in the snow. Hiked in a snowstorm and had to turn back about halfway for the dog's sake. Low visibility most of the time but still gorgeous views to behold. Will be back in better weather.

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Mariel Nelson reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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HikingIcyNo shadeSnow

Hiked December 20 in a group of 3 with ski poles and yaktrax. Snow and ice on road to parking lot but fine with 4wd truck. Gorgeous views, exposed, and snow depth on the trail increases with elevation. We were in up to our waist and lost the trail at 3.36 miles—seems snowshoe-able though. Could have used some waterproof gaiters to keep our feet dry. Saw two bald eagles!

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Abigail Roston reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

12/11 for sure icy at the start but a gorgeous trail that can still be accessed! Shoes with good traction, removable layers, and poles are your best bet to make it to the top! Not too much snow yet and beautiful views at the top

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Hunter Daniel reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Amazing trail and beautiful scenery! Icy in spots so yaktraks makes things easier but they aren’t completely necessary.

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Brandy Pinkerton reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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Such a beautiful hike! Gorgeous views most of the way up and at the lookout of course. Was thankful we were able to do this one in December. Make sure you bring Yak Tracks and need 4 wheel drive to the trailhead. Saw

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Sarah Sinnett reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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ray cvelbar reviewed Siyeh Pass Trail
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This hike is epic in every way. we saw 3 Grizzly bears close to the pass. When you get to the Pass it just opens up and looks like another world.

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Paige Bluhm reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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was very hikeable with trail shoes, but spikes helpful. beautiful views. getting to the lot is challenging in snow - 4 wd a must.

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Brian Elkins reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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HikingGreat!IcyNo shadeSnow

Great trail and good views. The Quarter Circle Bridge Rd just past the West Entrance headed to Apgar Trail Head was partially snow plowed. The last few miles were not, so make sure you have 4-wheel drive. Once at the trail, tackled snow/ice throughout the climb, spikes really helped, don't think snowshoes were necessary yet—a bit of post-holes maybe a hundred yards. The first half mile or so is pretty wooded. Bring your bear spray. After that, it opens up with better views. The trail is fairly exposed the whole way, so layer up. Today's weather was great, but temps are dropping. The trail is a steady incline for most of the way, not too strenuous, but a great workout.

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Wendy U reviewed Apgar Lookout Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeSnow

This is a beautiful trail in the fall. It is pretty exposed the whole way, so I imagine it gets hot in the summer! I hiked it today in about 2:45 plus a short stop at the top. It is a steady incline for most of the way, but not too strenuous. The last half mile gets steeper, and there is still some snow up there, so poles are helpful but not necessary. The first half mile or so is pretty wooded. Bring your bear spray. After that, it opens up, and you have increasingly better views of the Flathead River and snowy peaks beyond. Saw some deer at the top, but no bears. :)

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