By Skylar Rispens

Take a hike: Glacier Lake - Mission Mountains Wilderness


August 29, 2019

Skylar Rispens, Pathfinder

A view from the foot of Glacier Lake in the Mission Mountains Wilderness. 

At A Glance

Length: Approximately 1.6 miles one way, 3.2 miles round trip

Elevation gain: 425 feet

Usage: The trail is primarily used by day hikers and backpackers. Note: There is no overnight camping at Glacier Lake.

Services: The trailhead has a relatively large parking lot with a pit toilet. No drinking water is available at the trailhead. Hikers are able to bring their dogs on the trail.

Directions: Travel along Montana Highway 83. Turn west onto Kraft Creek Road at mile marker 37 (just south of Condon). Follow Forest Service Road 561 for about 11.5 miles...

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