Going-to-the Sun Road


Going-to-the Sun Road is a narrow, two-lane road that runs from the east entrance to the west entrance of Glacier National Park. Its winding hairpin turns are not for the faint of heart. The highest point on the 50-mile road is Logan Pass. At this point there’s a steep hiking trail to a beautiful alpine meadow that’s inhabited by bighorn sheep and mountain goats.

23 thoughts on “Going-to-the Sun Road

  1. One of those roads I can’t wait to get off of, but do appreciate the labor it took to make it. I agree with Tina about the car and perspective.


  2. what a great piece of art!!! i love how u always work the colors so perfectly together…
    the shadowing on the mountains is just fabulous!!! looks like a scary rider for me😁


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