Road crews continue to work hard AF on getting Logan Pass in Glacier National Park open for the summer crowds.
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.
Find up-to-date road conditions here: Glacier National Park Current Road Status