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    Running Eagle Falls

    Kiowa, Montana

    Running Eagle Falls

    Running Eagle Falls Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "This short stroll leads to an odd waterfall that emerges from an underground cave during late summer but pours over a higher sill during spring runoff. There are plans in the works to pave the trail and make it accessible to wheelchairs as far as the banks of the Two Medicine River. A wheelchairaccessible section leads visitors to a view point of the falls just short of Dry Fork Creek and returns via a pleasant path along the Two Medicine River, forming a short loop."

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    Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

    John Kratz
    "Running Eagle Falls is a beautifully unique waterfall where Two Medicine Creek pours at two separate levels—a lower underground channel gushes out of a cave while an upper channel spills vertically over a high ledge. The aspect of the waterfall changes drastically with the seasons. Situated only a mile from the park entrance at the foot of tall peaks, Running Eagle Falls is a great way to commence your Glacier visit. Even though it’s located in a less-crowded region of Glacier, its attractiveness and easy access makes it a very popular destination." Read more

    Trail Information

    Kiowa
    Nearby City
    Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
    Accessibility
    0.6
    Distance
    Out-and-back
    Trail Type
    Easy
    Skill Level
    15-45 minutes
    Duration
    Year-round
    Season
    Waterfalls
    Features
    Glacier National Park
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