US Highway 2 West Glacier to East Glacier

Essex, Montana

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This is the only route, besides Going-to-the-Sun Road, that takes you from the east side of the Rocky Mountains to the west side through Glacier National Park. U.S. Highway 2 is a good, two-lane highway that follows the southern edge of Glacier National Park. In the 56 miles from East Glacier to West Glacier are a few stops to make the trip fun. This eTrail provides detailed information on family-friendly things to do. The destinations include: Flathead River: The Middle Fork, Stanton Lake Trail, Izaak Walton Inn, Walton Ranger Station, Goat Lick Overlook, Marias Pass, and East Glacier Park and the Glacier Park Lodge.
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Family Fun in Montana

by Chris Boyd (Falcon Guides)

This is the only route, besides Going-to-the-Sun Road, that takes you from the east side of the Rocky Mountains to the west side through Glacier National Park. U.S. Highway 2 is a good, two-lane highway that follows the southern edge of Glacier National Park.

In the 56 miles from East Glacier to West Glacier are a few stops to make the trip fun. This eTrail provides detailed information on family-friendly things to do. The destinations include: Flathead River: The Middle Fork, Stanton Lake Trail, Izaak Walton Inn, Walton Ranger Station, Goat Lick Overlook, Marias Pass, and East Glacier Park and the Glacier Park Lodge.

©  Chris Boyd/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Essex
Trail Type: Several options
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Contact information for each destination is provided in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to U.S. Highway 2: West Glacier to East Glacier

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