Logan’s Pass sits on the Continental Divide, in between mountains, in Glacier National Park and is listed at more than 6600′ in altitude. Logan’s Pass is often the last area to get cleared of snow in the summer. They have recorded more than 100 feet of snow in one season. When we were there the third week of July, 2008,they had cleared the last of the snow and opened the main highway: Going To The Sun Road, on July 4th!
There are a few hikes that you can do from the Logan’s Pass Visitor’s Center. We took the Hidden Lake hike. It’s a short hike of 3 miles, but has the benefits of beautiful scenery, mountain goat sightings, and even traveling through snow in the summer!!