Connecting West Glacier and St. Mary, the 50-mile-long Going-to-the-Sun Road takes travelers along rolling foothills and past glacial-carved terrain before cresting the Continental Divide at 6,646-foot Logan Pass. An engineering marvel and National Historic Landmark, the road provides travelers with stunning views of waterfalls, snowy mountain peaks and opportunities to view mountain goats, bears and bighorn sheep. While it’s the most popular attraction in Glacier National Park, the Going-to-the-Sun Road is also one of the most scenic drives in the nation. Private vehicles can travel the road, while Glacier National Park Lodges and Sun Tours offer guided tours. The National Park Service also offers a free shuttle from July 1 through Labor Day.
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