Glacier National Part Plows at the Big Drift – Logan Pass Parking Lot Cleared

By | June 10, 2017

A rotary snow plow clears Logan Pass Friday morning. From the Hungry Horse News.

The Hungry Horse News reports that Glacier Park plow crews were clearing out the Logan Pass parking lot and making the first cuts into the Big Drift Friday on the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The Big Drift is a massive drift of snow that covers the highway just east of Logan Pass. This year it’s about 70 to 90 feet deep. It usually takes about a week to get through it and is the last big obstacle in clearing the highway each spring. Read the full story here.


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