Best Hikes in Two Medicine / East Glacier, Glacier NP
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Two Medicine Hiking Trails
Distance: 8.5 - 13.0 miles (Round Trip)
This terrific day hike leads to a high pass on the Continental Divide with breathtaking views of the Lewis Range and the Big Horn Basin. Along the way the trail enjoys stunning views of Two Medicine Lake, traverses scenic meadows and offers the chance to see wildlife.
Distance: 15.2 - 17.4 miles (Round Trip)
This long, strenuous hike, best done as a backpack, travels through some of the best scenery in the southern half of Glacier National Park.
Distance: 9.0 - 15.4 miles (Round Trip)
This hike travels up a long, pretty valley to Cobalt Lake and then climbs to a scenic pass on the Continental Divide with panoramic views of the peaks surrounding the Park Creek Valley to the west along with Sinopah Mountain, Mt. Rockwell and Painted Teepee Peak.
Distance: 10.2 miles (Round Trip)
Lovely, lightly trafficked trail ascends to a high pass in the southern section of Glacier National Park with fine views of the peaks rising above the Railroad Creek and Ole Creek Valleys. In season the meadows along the trail are awash in wildflowers.
Distance: 6.2 - 7.7 miles (Round Trip)
Panoramic, bird’s-eye-views of the high peaks rimming the Two Medicine Valley and beyond is the reward for hikers making the sustained, moderately-steep climb to a ridge high above the southeast end of Two Medicine Lake.
Distance: 2.2 - 9.8 miles (Round Trip)
This easily hike features stunning views of the peaks surrounding the Two Medicine Valley, visits a beautiful pair of cascading waterfalls and a end at a scenic lake ringed by rugged peaks.