Road Conditions

in Glacier National Park

Going-to-the-Sun Road is one of the highlights of visiting Glacier. Whether you drive or hop on the free shuttle service, you will see glaciers, mountains, waterfalls, wildlife, and more on this 50-mile scenic drive that crosses the continental divide at Logan Pass.

Access to Going-to-the-Sun Road is weather dependent. As such, there is no set open season. Going-to-the-Sun Road is partially open year round and is usually fully open from late June or early July until October.

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Road conditions change rapidly in the park; get the current park roads status before setting out.

Map & Directions

Your resource for getting to and around the park. Click here >>

Road Status

An interactive map that lets you see what parts of Going‑to‑the‑Sun Road and other park roads are open or closed. Click here >>

Snowplow Status

View snowplow locations and plowing photos from the current season. Click here >>

Historic Data

View a record of the opening and closing dates of the Road since the early days of the park to get an idea of a typical season. Click here >>

Twitter

For real-time parking and road condition updates.  Click here >>

Webcams

View a live feed of the current conditions in the park with Glacier’s many webcams. Click here >>