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Aaron Spieler reviewed Snyder Lake Trail
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A park ranger had recommended this hike, so I decided to give it a try. Once you split off from the main trail, the path gets very narrow and has several sections that are overgrown. Wear long pants if you are likely to get itchy. Also, the pond at the end is not very large and there are only a few spots to get into the water. The views are still spectacular though which is why I still give it 3 stars.

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Flat top is a lousy hike, very steep 5.7 miles to the campsite that is on a plateau with no views, but is marshy and infested with mosquitos and flies....avoid this hike and camp site!

Jamie Master reviewed Anaconda's Historic Copper Trail
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Jennifer Green reviewed Trail of the Cedars
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Beautiful easy trail! Really enjoyed the walk

Andy Guy reviewed Glen Lake Rotary Park Loop
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Mountain bikingGreat!
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Karen Gardner reviewed Journey Trail
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Nice quiet trail/gravel road. Didn't see any other hikers. Did see 3 mountain bikers at the end. Not sure what criteria was used to rate it moderate. I'd rate it easy.

Jennifer Grooms reviewed Lion Mountain Trail
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Nice trail with many wild berries

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Don Moosekian reviewed St. Mary and Virginia Falls Trail
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The falls are very beautiful. Virginia Falls has many tiers that are able to be viewed at different elevations. Very pretty. Not a tough hike or more of a walk.

Rebecca Jones reviewed Danny On National Recreation Trail
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Great hike but I suggest starting early if it’s going to be hot outside.

Sarah Lima reviewed Great Northern Mountain Trail
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Grueling mile one and mile 9. So, so worth it. Bring poles and plenty of water.

Nicholas Colavecchio reviewed Lion Mountain Trail
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California is in the house. Go here if you want to line up with the Jerry’s and be around as many people as possible. Bonus points if you have like 7 kids running wild and in everyone’s way.

Neal Albritton reviewed Ousel Falls Park Trail
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Fun trail. Fairly busy but everyone was polite

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Note: Although the full Swiftcurrent Pass trail itself is closed for the 2020 season, you can get to a gorgeous overlook on the Highline Trail about one mile (one-way) from the Granite Chalet. We hiked a small part of this trail, from Granite Chalet to the start of Swiftcurrent Pass, on July 31, 2020, from about 11:45 am to 12:45 pm, including a break for pictures. We stopped before the red “Closed” sign (indicating that the Swiftcurrent Trail is closed in 2020) and hiked the trail to the right for a few hundred feet. There was no snow on the trail and the temperatures were in the 70s. We were able to view about four to five lakes and a herd of mountain goats. Definitely worth the extra 2 +/- miles from the chalet.

Ashley Ernst reviewed Four Mile Basin
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With 4wd and/or a higher clearance vehicle you can pull right up to the door mile basin trailhead. I found the first two thirds of this hike unenjoyable (not much shade in the heat of the day) until we got closer to lower twin lake with more Forest coverage. We went the extra half mile to upper twin lake and it was beautiful. Took a dip in the frigid water because, why not. We didn't see a single other person on the trail but saw lots of animal prints and fresh skat. The real is reasonably well maintained

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Lynne Monsees reviewed Lion Mountain Trail
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Nice walk!

d Taylor reviewed McDonald Creek Trail
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Nature tripsBugsGreat!

Nice easy trail after a hard or moderate one. Beautiful views of McDonald creek and small falls. At one point you peel off of the creek to walk through a dense forest. We started this one late morning and it was nice seeing the sun peek through the dense trees. It got really quiet, very shaded, high brush on either side of the trail for a short stint with huckleberries hanging off of the limbs. Saw bear scat in a few places, but no bear. We did see a deer about 15 yards in front of us. It didn't seem to mind we were there. At the end, we hung out on rocks at a small waterfall for lunch. Easy walk with a few ups and down, but good to get the legs going if sore from other hikes.

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WalkingGreat!

Great trail. Trail of the Cedars is great for those in wheelchairs or if you need assistance walking. It's a beautiful walk through a forest. The hike up to Avalanche lake is scenic. Well worth the walk up. This is a moderate hike likely due to the rocks coming out of the ground on the way up or down, but nothing to be concerned about, just watch your step. It's also heavily trafficked but several people wore masks. The volume started to reduce around lunch time with fewer people walking up. The trail is shaded for the most part, so it's good anytime of day in my opinion.

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WalkingGreat!

Great hike. Parked at the many open spots at Sun Point as there was no parking at St. Mary's trail head. This added a little over a mile, but included the Baring Falls also. We started mid morning and arrived at the Virginia falls just in time for a cool lunch; both figuratively and relatively. Great mix of sun and shade along the route. Saw a moose on the way hanging out in St. Mary lake between Baring and St. Mary falls. All in all, great hike that's definitely worth the trek.

Beth Steckel reviewed Blodgett Canyon Overlook Trail
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This hike has wonderful scenic views especially for how short it is. The trail is a little rocky for the last quarter mile but it’s not too challenging. My husband and I are both afraid of heights but the drive up the mountain to the trailhead really wasn’t that bad. There were a couple of narrow stretches but it’s very worth it.

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Beth Heaton reviewed Birch Lake Trail
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Very nice trail! We took the last space in the parking lot, on a Tuesday, around 10:00 a.m. Didn't seem crowded on the trail, however.

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Darby Lyon reviewed Haystack Butte Trail
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Took the high line trail to haystack instead of going to loop because the shuttles aren’t running right now. Turned out to be a spectacular view of Glacier! Once you get off the high line trail and head up to haystack, the trail is lightly trafficked. My boyfriend and I were the only 2 on this hike so it does not seem to be very well known. We got about 3/4 of the way up before turning around (we heard a large rustling in the pine trees near us, and a large rock fell down the mountain). We decided we did not want to be the only people up there anymore, and headed back. A little challenging because the trail is so light and there are no signs. Would definitely recommend using the recorded function of this app, or downloading the map prior.

Marco Jaggi reviewed Four Dances Rim Loop
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Very nice and quiet trail. You start off in single formation, but it widens once you get to the top and are able to see the river. Gorgeous views!

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C S reviewed Mount Oberlin Trail
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Did this trail 19 years ago with friends, and yesterday was able to take my spouse and 11 and 13 year old sons (all of us seasoned hikers and climbers). We saw less than 20 people on the trail all morning. The view from the top is 360 degrees- amazing! We started at 730, took about 4 hours with some long stops at the top and saddle, and a 20 minute delay when the mountain goats blocked our climb through the crack. There’s two ways up- the marked (recommended) path up to the left and onto the saddle, and another that switchbacks through the scree. We ran into a ranger, and he said both routes were allowed. However the saddle has great views itself, and is a good turnaround point for the less adventurous. With the young grizzly wreaking havoc around the closed Hidden Lake trail, there was less wildlife lower down in the cascade part of the trail. However, there were two families of mountain goats- one at the top and another perched next to the big crack you have to climb. If you want to make it to the top, make sure have good shoes (approach or hiking boots). This is one of the best kept secrets at Glacier.

Angela Stroup reviewed McDonald Creek Trail
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