Hungry Horse, MT
A mountain ascent through timbered undergrowth and up scree slopes for scrambles with good stamina, with goat trails, fine scenery, Stanton Glacier, and spectacular views of southern Glacier National Park. Although named for a former railroad, the name of the mountain suggests exactly what it is. Its graceful curves and broad faces are irresistible to the individual who has acquired a taste for high places. Even with the incomparable peaks of Glacier Park nearby, this mountain attracts many individuals solely on the merits of its own beauty. This is a difficult off-trail route suitable only for well-conditioned and experienced hikers.
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Directions to: Great Northernprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Hungry Horse|
|Elevation Gain||4,400 ft|
|Skill Level||very strenuous|
|Season||Late July through early September|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,200 ft|
|Top Elevation||8,600 ft|
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