Huckleberry Mountain Trail, Glacier National Park Hiking

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Huckleberry Mountain Trail

Stop off Going-to-The-Sun Road in Glacier and take a challenging hike through Park forest and huckleberry patches toward the Apgar and Livingston Mountains. Read More

Enjoy a challenging but rewarding hike through Glacier National Park while taking in the sights of the amazing Apgar and Livingston Mountains on trails teeming with wildflowers and huckleberries when they are in season.

Huckleberry Mountain Trail

Trail Overview: This exhilarating and challenging Glacier National Park hike takes visitors from the Park’s McGee meadow and climbs to the McGee Creek drainage area and continues near the Apgar Mountains to Huckleberry Mountain where great views of the Livingston Mountain Range can be contemplated.

Trailhead: From Going-To-The-Sun Road, turn left on Camas Road heading toward Apgar. Continue about six miles to parking and the trailhead. 

  • About 11 and a half miles roundtrip 
  • Moderate to challenging 
  • Elevation gain is nearly 4,300 feet

Note: Overnight backcountry camping permits are required. Be especially cautious of grizzly and other wildlife encounters during huckleberry season.