Glacier Park Plows Clearing Logan Pass

By | May 17, 2016

An excavator clears snow near the east tunnel along Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. Courtesy National Park Service

The Flathead Beacon reports that the plow crews are busy clearing the way for summer in Glacier National Park. Last week the crews pioneered the Big Drift and began to clear the Logan Pass Visitor Center parking lot. The National Park Service is also clearing debris along lower sections of Going-to-the-Sun Road in preparation for summer and the agency’s centennial celebration. NPS officials say they hope to open the Sun Road to Logan Pass by mid-June. Read the full story here.

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