The Trail In Montana That Will Lead You On An Adventure Like No Other
Every Montana hiker knows that we’re seriously spoiled by our trails here in the Treasure State. And there’s one iconic trek that spans some of the most scenic parts of Glacier National Park that, while challenging, offers a one-of-a-kind adventure.
The Highline Trail is one of the most popular hikes in the park, and for good reason.
Every mile is incredible.
It's rare to find a trail that offers so many breathtaking views, even at Glacier.
The trail is over 13 miles in total length, but you don't have to hike the entire thing to reap the beautiful benefits.
There are several potential starting spots, from the Logan Pass Visitor Center to Granite Park Chalet.
Time your trip right and you'll be treated to meadows full of wildflowers.
Since you can choose your route on this trail, you can hike it several different times and have several different experiences.
One popular option is known as the 7-mile out and back Haystack Loop, which takes you from Logan Pass to the Granite Park Chalet.
Other than some uphill climbs and narrow paths, this trail isn't overly difficult.
Still, it's long and it will get your blood pumping, so it isn't recommended for absolute beginners.
Hiking the Highline just might be a quintessential Montana experience.
If you've never attempted it, make this the summer you see it.
The Highline is one of the most amazing trails in Montana. But when you don’t have time for such a feat, check out
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