By Malvika Kashyap
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The greatest hiking routes in Glacier National Park take you to some truly memorable locations. Check out these top 10 best hikes in Glacier National Park!
10. Ptarmigan Tunnel The Civilian Conservation Corps built the Ptarmigan Tunnel, a dynamite-sealed tube that links two breathtaking glacier valleys, in the 1930s.
9. Cracker Lake The 6.4-mile journey to Cracker Lake begins behind the Many Glacier Hotel and passes through the breathtaking Cracker Flats region of the park.
8. Pitamakan Pass and Dawson Pass One of the few looping day walks in Glacier National Park may be found along the path that connects Pitamakan Pass and Dawson Pass.
7. Piegan Pass Trail A moderate day climb to Piegan Pass, with several noteworthy vistas along the route, ends above the forest line.
6. Gunsight Lake A strenuous out-and-back day trek with stunning vistas in both directions is available there. It is also a well-liked option for the start of a hiking trek.
5. Iceberg Lake This day walk in Many Glacier ascends 1,200 feet over 4.5 miles and leaves from behind the Swiftcurrent Motor Hotel. It ends with an ice pool of water.
4. Hidden Lake Nature Trail Starting on the west side of the Logan Pass Visitor Center, the Hidden Lake Nature Path is a well-liked short stroll.
3. Avalanche Lake The 2.3-mile track to Avalanche Lake on the west side of the park, close to Lake McDonald, is among the finest for quick treks in Glacier National Park.
2. Grinnell Glacier The 5.3-mile climb to the Grinnell Glacier viewpoint in the park's Many Glacier area gives some of the area's most recognisable views.
1. Highline Trail North America's most famous hiking path is the Highline Trail. It travels 7.6 miles from Logan Pass to the famed Granite Park Chalet.
Each and every hiking path in Glacier National Park passes through areas that are home to both large and small animals, including bears.
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