Looking for a great trail near Siyeh Bend, Montana? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, wildlife trails, dogs no trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Glacier National Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 3 moderate trails in Siyeh Bend ranging from 2.8 to 5.3 miles and from 6,637 to 8,175 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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9 days ago

it's a beautiful trail but strenuous. if you want to do the one way which is to take the loop down and take the free shuttle back to logan pass parking lot, beware of the wait for the shuttle. apparently they only reserve 2 seats per shuttle (during high peak hour) which runs every 15-30mins, so be prepared to wait for more than 45mins to catch the shuttle. my recommendation is to arrange for pickup using 2 cars or hitchhiking.

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10 days ago

Great hike. Lots of good views today. It was raining to the east and we only got light showers. A lot of ice patches at the top, we brought our ice cleats and only used them twice.

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10 days ago

Hiked this trail on June 22 with my wife and 5 of my kids age 4,7,8,13, and 14. Fresh snow on trail from the night before. Had to help my 4 year old over some snow at two slippery spots (one at the bridge by Dream Lake) but otherwise she handled the trail pretty easily. Trail wasn’t too congested but we did have to wait a few minutes at the bridge by Dream Lake, due to the slippery packed snow, but everyone was pleasant and helped one another. Views along the trail were very pretty. Emerald Lake was still mostly frozen over but worth the trip!

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snow
11 days ago

7/5: Snow covered 90% of the boardwalks making it slushy and muddy at times from the number of hikers...some of the snow was hard packed making it difficult to walk on with sneakers as some of the visitors found out. The lake trail is closed due to bear activity, but from the overlook no bears were sighted. It took us about 45 minutes one way.

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11 days ago

Was a bit of snow on the ground up to the overlook, but second half was mostly facing west so not much snow on the ground. Hike down to the lake is definitely worth it - i would say 85% of the crowd drops off at the overlook. There are plenty of marmots on the trail down to the lake to greet you.

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11 days ago

The part of the trail after the overlook was closed. The ranger said it is because there are a few bears on the trail hunting trouts in the lake. But the part leading up there was already pretty close up to the lake. We saw about ten mountain goats and quite a lot of ground squirrels. The Outlook is 1.5 miles into the trail. 70% of the trail was covered by snow. Recorded on 7/5.

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snow
11 days ago

Lots of snow. Great Views along the hike, lake view would have been better had it not been pouring heavily!

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12 days ago

Great views

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12 days ago

Great views lots of snow.

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12 days ago

Saw some mountain goats. Nice little scramble towards the top. Scree on the way down. Fun

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snow
13 days ago

Amazing views but we couldn’t make it to the end (last week) due to snow. Many made it to the lookout including kids. You can get a great view even in the beginning of the trail with all the glacier lilies in the foreground and mountains in the back. The parking at Logan pass took 20 min to get a spot around noon. Lots of ground squirrels at the beginning. Some folks spotted bighorn sheep near the lake.

13 days ago

Very heavy traffic on slush and snow with inexperienced hikers up to the overlook. Take the hike out to the lake and it thins out with lots of amazing views and spots to stop for lunch. We saw lots of mountain goats, including several families, and big horns along the way.

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14 days ago

Agreed: it was neat

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no shade
snow
14 days ago

Excellent trail! The snow was a challenge without any micro spikes...trekking poles made all of the difference! Beautiful views....

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15 days ago

We hiked on 6/28/19. It was a lot of snow/slush and took longer due to the snow and the large crowds. We started early and still a lot of people but worth the hike. I carried my 1 year old through it and did fine just be cautious of melting snow and collapsing snow bridges.

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snow
15 days ago

The trail was snow covered at the beginning. Once we got farther out, the snow was gone and the crowds thinned. The views were incredible the entire way! It is well worth it!

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15 days ago

Fairly crowded up until the lookout. Trail to the lake is steeper but significantly less traffic. Worth the hike to the lake.

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15 days ago

Snow at the start and very crowded with the flip-flop wearing "hikers". Once you get past the overlook the crowds decrease significantly. Regardless, it's worth the hike down to the lake.

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16 days ago

Amazing! Wildlife throughout. Scenic views and a pristine alpine lake at the end.

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16 days ago

It was neat

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snow
16 days ago

Very snowy still on 6/30, about 90% of trail is covered in slush and very crowded, but view at top is amazing and saw several mountain goats

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snow
16 days ago

A few mountain goats right on the trail at the lookout. Short hike but challenging with the slushy snow going uphill.

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snow
16 days ago

Trail was snowy and a little tricky to walk through to get to the overlook but it cleared out once you made your way down to the lake. The beaches on the lake make for a good place to have lunch and dip your feet in, stunning views and reflections of the mountains. Saw some goats!

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17 days ago

6/29/19–Our first trail in Glacier National Park, and we loved it! Really beautiful trail, but still quite snow-covered, and pretty slushy and slippery at a few points. Hiking poles were a huge help. Windy and chilly at the higher areas, but bearable, and we saw plenty of people in shorts (with very red legs!). Gorgeous views of snow-covered mountains and, of course, Hidden Lake. We saw tons of animals—about 18 mountain goats (including several babies), marmots, squirrels, chipmunks. We completed the trail down to the lakeshore (HIGHLY RECOMMEND), and we even saw some trout through the crystal clear water. If you are debating about going down to the lake, do it! As others have said, the crowds really thin out past the Overlook, so it’s much more relaxing with fewer people. It’s a bit steep getting back up, but the views are beautiful, and very different from what you can see at the overlook. We also followed the trail around the lake to the west, and discovered an amazing waterfall!!! Love this beautiful trail!!

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snow
17 days ago

Absolutely loved this hike! As of the end of June, there were still places you had to trudge through snow but it was so beautiful and so worth it. A few reviews complain about it being too crowded, but the further you get into the trail, the more it thins out. Most people seem to stop at the overlook and go back, but you get the best views and the best experience if you keep on going down to the lake.

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18 days ago

6/29/19 - Expect the trail to be thick with people until you pass the overlook. It was still quite snow ridden as well. Bring crampons or traction aids if you have them. Incredible views and lots of animals to admire. We saw countless goats and marmot and spied a bald eagle soaring along the cliffs. Just lovely.

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snow
19 days ago

Loved the trail but very difficult due to all the snow. We didn’t have poles or spikes but did actually make it all the way to the lake. We spent about an hour there in the sun it was beautiful.

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19 days ago

The route starts out across a wide meadow with lots of wildflowers in bloom. There was a lot of snow on some sections of the trail, and navigating these was somewhat interesting to say the least. We saw a marmot and two mountain goats on the trail. The overlook was very scenic.

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