Glacier Road Crews Working To Clear 60 FOOT High 'Big Drift' On Logan Pass [Photo Tour]

Glacier Road Crews Working To Clear 60 FOOT High 'Big Drift' On Logan Pass [Photo Tour]

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Glacier Road Crews Working To Clear 60 FOOT High 'Big Drift' On Logan Pass [Photo Tour]

Breaking through ‘The Big Drift’ | Photo (+Cover): Glacier National Park

Road crews continue to work hard AF on getting Logan Pass in Glacier National Park open for the summer crowds.

Related: Hair Raising Footage Of Plowers Clearing ‘Going-To-The-Sun Road’ In Glacier National Park

Bulldozers and plows are currently digging away at what park officials call, ‘The Big Drift.’ Normally the drift ranges between 60-80′ on an average year and this one is no different.

“We are getting our first looks at the Big Drift. The Big Drift is the large wind-blown snowdrift that packs in over the road, just east of Logan Pass. It’s usually somewhere between 60-80 feet deep, regardless of what kind of snowpack we have had. It looks about normal this year.” – Glacier National Park

*Going-To-The-Sun Road usually opens sometime in late June or early July. 

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Find up-to-date road conditions here: Glacier National Park Current Road Status

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