Sun Road Plows Five Miles From Logan Pass

By | May 9, 2017

Looking up Logan Creek to Logan Pass. Courtesy Glacier National Park

The Flathead Beacon reports that a month after beginning the tedious chore of clearing Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road, west-side plow crews are just five miles from the Continental Divide.

As of May 8, the west-side plow crew was at Haystack Creek, about five miles west of Logan Pass. Glacier Park Spokesperson Lauren Alley said the crew had to re-plow some sections of road below Haystack Creek due to a series of avalanches last week. The east-side plow crew was working to clear snow between the Grizzly Pullout and Jackson Glacier Overlook, 13.5 miles west of St. Mary.

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