A day hike or backpack from Glacier Route 7 to Logging lake, 4.4 miles (7 km); or Glacier Route 7 to Grace Lake, 12.8 miles (20.5 km). The Logging Lake Trail follows the course of Logging Creek from the North Fork lowlands to its headwaters in the Livingston Range. The trail starts off with a short climb to the top of a densely wooded plateau, and then proceeds along the rim of a shallow canyon. As is typical of North Fork trails, this trail provides an easy hike through gentle terrain that is dominated by old growth conifers with dense underbrush. Occasionally, the trail ventures near the rim of a small canyon, offering a brief glimpse of Logging Creek below. In accordance with its gentle terrain and mature forests, the trail offers no views of the glacier-carved peaks until it reaches Logging Lake.
We cannot find this location: please try again.
Directions to: Logging Lakeprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||477 ft|
|Trailhead Elevation||3,650 ft|
|Top Elevation||3,930 ft|
REI MEMBERS: SAVE $20 on a Trails.com Subscription
Subscribe to Trails.com for just $29.95 a year and gain full access to over 49,000 professional trail guides, high-res USGS topo maps & much more!