Logan Pass Visitor Center

Visitor center6,654 ftPet friendly - NoAccessibility - Unknown48.6953, -113.71801

Logan Pass Visitor Center is one of the three main visitor centers in Glacier National Park. The center sits near Clements and Reynolds Mountains. You can address any questions to the friendly staff, look through the various exhibits, and enjoy the outstanding views from in and around the building.

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Logan Pass Visitor Center, Browning, MT 59417, US

Coordinates: 48.69525067069592, -113.71802743073839

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How to get there?

You can get to the visitor center via Going-to-the-Sun Road from either the west or east side of the park.

Contact information (Address, phone, etc)

Glacier National Park Central Phone Number: (406) 888-7800.


Operating hours:

Daily, 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM.

During the month of September, the center operates from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.


The visitor center operates from mid-June to early September.

Due to the Going-to-the-Sun Road's winter closure, it's generally inaccessible from late-September through June.

Rules and Regulations
  • Pets are not allowed.
Additional Information
Facilities and Services

The visitor center offers information about tourism, interactive exhibits, ranger-led activities (including guided tours), and a bookstore.

It also has basic amenities like a parking area, restrooms, water fountains, and access to shuttle services.

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