Glacier National Park looks to add a bike shuttle next month

By | April 24, 2016

Bikers pause to enjoy the view on the Sun Road in this file photo from the Hungry Horse News

The Hungry Horse News reports that Glacier National Park officials will likely start a new bike-shuttle service May 7 to ease congestion and parking at Avalanche Creek this spring. The Park Service bought two new bike trailers with funds raised by the Glacier National Park Conservancy. The shuttle will run from Lake McDonald Lodge up to the gate at Avalanche, provided the road is open. So once the Avalanche Parking area is full, people can park at Lake McDonald Lodge, put their bikes on the trailer and the shuttle will give them a ride to Avalanche. It’s about 5.5 miles from the Lodge to Avalanche. Read the full story here.

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