Montana's version of the Redwoods

This is one of the most inspiring places I have seen! Lush and green with ancient towering trees, the mood here is peaceful and serene. Take time to stop, sit, reflect, and soak in the wise energy emanating from these 100+ year old trees. You will leave feeling amazed and refreshed!

Easy & Beautiful

This is an easy and beautiful hike that is typical for the Bitterroot valley. Four stars because it's not extremely epic! But very approachable and rewarding!

Beautiful!

Holland Lake is one of my favorite places to go in western Montana. The water is crystal clear and everywhere you look there are snow-peaked mountains! There is no better way to enjoy this little slice of heaven than to SUP...you can go anywhere on the lake and take a dip when it gets warm!

Easy Day Hike Adventure

This is an easy and rewarding little day hike! My favorite season for this hike is early fall- the trees are changing colors and the water is low enough where you can explore the surrounding rocks. It's a great spot for a picnic too!

Tough, but worth it!

This hike was a bit challenging for me, but so incredibly worth it! The views throughout the whole hike are great, but nothing beats when you get to the top! 360 degrees of Glacier and beyond. You can even see the sweet grass hills in Browning! Definitely worth it for the views and it is in the less frequented Two Medicine section of the park.

Easy and beautiful

I 100% agree with the writer of this adventure, bring your bear spray! Don't let the term "walk" fool you, as this trail is in the heart of bear country. I have experienced bears on this trail multiple times, in the evening, so do all that you can to minimize confrontation. Besides that, the views of the lake and surrounding mountains are superb! Take your camera with you on this stroll, then stop in the Many Glacier Hotel for a drink and a snack.

One of my Favorites

This is one of my favorite hikes in Glacier. It is still popular, but less so because many people never make it to the Many Glacier side of the park. It is long, but very doable and so rewarding. You must stick your feet in the icy glacial water, but not for too long, its so cold, it hurts!

Be Prepared!

Once, I made the mistake of starting this hike in my chaco sandals (it was mid-summer!) only to come across a ton of snow halfway up the trail! I carried on, determined, but my hike could have been much more pleasant with proper foot wear!