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With the recent opening of the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Avalanche in Glacier National Park, hikers can now hike to Avalanche Lake. According to the park website, as of 4/14/15, the last one-third of a mile before reaching the foot of the lake has intermittent snow: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/avalanche-lake.htm
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With the recent opening of the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Avalanche in Glacier National Park, hikers can now hike to Avalanche Lake. According to the park website, as of 4/14/15, "the last one-third of a mile before reaching the foot of the lake has intermittent snow". Here's some more info on this popular hike: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/avalanche-lake.htm
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Although the road to Two Medicine in Glacier National Park is now open, visitors should note that the trail to Running Eagle Falls (a.k.a. "Trick Falls), is currently closed due to a bear den near the trail. You can find more information on this popular hike here: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/running-eagle-falls.htm
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Spring hikers may want to note that the Beaver Pond Trail in St. Mary in Glacier National Park is now clear and dry. The park website states that there are approximately 10 - 20 trees down on the trail. Although this is one of the first trails to be clear of snow each year, it's a great hike anytime of year: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/beaver-pond-loop.htm
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Spring hikers may want to note that the Beaver Pond Trail in St. Mary in Glacier National Park is now clear and dry. The park website states that there are approximately 10 - 20 trees down on the trail. Although this is one of the first trails to be clear of snow each year, it's a great hike anytime of year: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/beaver-pond-loop.htm
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Grand Teton National Park announces Opening Dates for seasonally operated facilities and roads:
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If visiting the Grand Tetons this spring, you may want to note that the southern leg of the Emma Matilda Lake Loop is closed for the protection of wildlife resources. Hikers will have access to this wonderful loop hike in late spring: http://www.tetonhikingtrails.com/emma-matilda-lake.htm
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If visiting the Grand Tetons this spring, you may want to note that the southern leg of the Emma Matilda Lake Loop is closed for the protection of wildlife resources. Hikers will have access to this wonderful loop hike in late spring: http://www.tetonhikingtrails.com/emma-matilda-lake.htm
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Spring hikers may want to note that the Beaver Pond Trail in St. Mary in Glacier National Park is now clear and dry. The park website states that there are approximately 10 - 20 trees down on the trail. Although this is one of the first trails to be clear of snow each year, it's a great hike anytime of year: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/beaver-pond-loop.htm
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Although the road to Two Medicine in Glacier National Park is now open, visitors should note that the trail to Running Eagle Falls (a.k.a. "Trick Falls), is currently closed due to a bear den near the trail. You can find more information on this popular hike here: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/running-eagle-falls.htm
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Grand Teton National Park announces Opening Dates for seasonally operated facilities and roads:
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Plowing on the Going-to-the-Sun Road is well ahead of schedule. Crews have already made it up to Siyeh Bend on the east side, and are just below Triple Arches on the west side - roughly 2 miles from Logan Pass. More info on the GTTS Road: http://www.hikinginglacier.com/glacier-going-to-the-sun-road.htm
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Nice... that's almost to the LOOP!   Farthest I've gone so far this year Red Rock Point.  Its been awesome so far this year!  
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HikinginGlacier.com - the most comprehensive source for hiking trail information in Glacier National Park.
 
We also maintain three other hiking websites: TetonHikingTrails.com, HikingintheSmokys.com and RockyMountainHikingTrails.com.