Triple Divide Pass Trail is an exciting 14-mile out-and-back trail in the remote eastern part of Glacier National Park. A great spot to reconnect with nature, the trail offers an unforgettable journey to one of the most beautiful points in the park - Triple Divide Pass. The pass offers a plethora of jaw-dropping views of the surrounding terrain, including breathtaking panoramas of the Atlantic Creek and Hudson Bay Creek Valleys.
Located close to the eastern border of Glacier National Park, the trailhead marks a starting point for several exciting backpacking adventures.
Note: As this area doesn't usually see the same amount of traffic as the rest of Glacier, parking space is generally available.
Triple Divide Pass sits between Triple Divide Peak to the west and Mount James to the east. Also to the west of Triple Divide Peak, you will see Norris Mountain, while the jagged summit of Split Mountain looms to the north. From the top of the pass, you'll enjoy breathtaking views of the Hudson Bay Creek Valley to the north and the Atlantic Creek Valley with beautiful Medicine Grizzly Lake to the southeast.
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