Glacier National Park is letting guests know that the iconic Going-To-The-Sun Road won’t open through Logan Pass “no earlier than” July 13th. Glacier made sure to note that doesn’t guarantee that the road will open on July 13th.
Crews are delayed in opening the road due to large amounts of snow still covering the area. Check out the full Instagram post from Glacier National Park for the details.
“Going-to-the-Sun Road will open through Logan Pass “no earlier than” July 13, 2022. This date is not a prediction of when the road will open – it is to help with trip planning purposes. Visitors may access Going-to-the-Sun Road via the St. Mary entrance on the east side without a vehicle reservation until the road is open to Logan Pass.
🚍The park’s free shuttle will accommodate the late opening:
📍On the west side: Starting July 1, shuttles will run from 7am-7pm daily, offering all stops between Apgar and Avalanche Campground. A shuttle with a bike trailer will also be running.
📍On the east side: starting July 1, the shuttles will run from 8 am-7 pm for all stops between St. Mary and Sun Point. A shuttle with a bike trailer will also be running.”