Going-to-the-Sun Road open for bikers and hikers.
Going-to-the-Sun Road open for bikers and hikers.

Glacier National Park’s iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road is now open to hikers and bikers all the way to Logan Pass. Often referred to as the most scenic roadway in America, the 50 mile stretch crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass.

Heads up though as the road might be closed between Bird Woman Falls Overlook and Lunch Creek as road crews continue to work on it (usually until 4 p.m. Monday-Thursday). The upper parts of Going-to-the-Sun Road remain closed to vehicles as crews continue to work on getting the road ready for the summer.

Conditions can change and they can change quickly. If you plan on heading up we highly recommend you check for updated road closure info HERE.

Glacier National Park Statement:  

Going-to-the-Sun Road is now open all the way over Logan Pass to hikers and bicyclists, when the road crew is not working!

When the road crew is working, the area between Bird Woman Falls Overlook and Lunch Creek may be closed. Any closures will be clearly marked and signed. The Road Crew Closure is typically in place Monday-Thursday until 4 pm.

Conditions can change quickly, and the road may close again (temporarily) to hikers and bikers for safety reasons. Follow all posted signage. Violators are putting their safety and the safety of our park rangers at risk and could face up to a $5,000 fine and up to 6 months in jail.

The alpine section of Going-to-the-Sun Road remains closed to vehicles.

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