Trail of the Cedars

Glacier National Park, Montana

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Trail of the Cedars is a hiking trail in Flathead County, Montana. It is within Glacier National Park. It is 0.9 miles long and begins at 3,410 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 0 feet. Near the end of the trail are restrooms.
Distance: mi Elevation: ft
Trail of the Cedars is a hiking trail in Flathead County, Montana. It is within Glacier National Park. It is 0.9 miles long and begins at 3,410 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 0 feet. Near the end of the trail are restrooms. This trail connects with the following: Avalanche Lake Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Glacier National Park
Distance: 0.9
Trailhead Elevation: 3,410 feet
Top Elevation: 3,410 feet
Accessibility: Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Driving Directions: Directions to Trail of the Cedars
Parks: Glacier National Park
Elevation Min/Max: 3409/3410 ft
Elevation Start/End: 3410/3410 ft

Trail of the Cedars Professional Reviews and Guides

"This self-guiding nature trail forms a semi-loop through old-growth forest in the bottoms of Avalanche Creek. Avalanche Gorge lies at the apex of the loop, with swirling waters and sculpted argillite walls.

The northern leg of the trail follows a boardwalk, while the southern leg is paved, with benches along the way so hikers can stop and enjoy the grandeur of the forest. The entire loop is wheelchair accessible. The trailhead is about 0.3 mile from the parking lot."

"This most popular trail in Glacier gently winds through a grove of western red cedars where the understory seldom receives much sunlight. Inviting and easy, the paved and boardwalk loop is replete with interpretive signs, benches, and a footbridge over gushing Avalanche Creek."

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May 2018