Logan Pass Webcams

Logan Pass is located in Glacier National Park at the highest point along the Going-to-the-Sun Road at 6,646 feet. These live-streaming webcams are made possible by supporters like you.

These webcams are in remote locations and may experience outages. Images update every minute.

Logan Pass

Logan Pass – South/East View

South/East Logan Pass Webcam View

Logan Pass – Parking Lot

Logan Pass Parking Lot Webcam View

Logan Pass – Hidden Lake Trailhead

Hidden Lake Trailhead Webcam View

Dusty Star Observatory Webcam

The Dusty Star Observatory is located at the St. Mary Visitor Center. This live-streaming webcam is made possible by supporters like you.

These webcams are in remote locations and may experience outages. Images update every minute.

Dusty Star Observatory

Dusty Star Observatory Sky View

Dusty Star Observatory Webcam View

Overnight Observatory Timelapse

More Glacier National Park webcams are available on the NPS website.

Project Updates and News

A Day In The Life Of A Glacier Bear Technician

A Day In The Life Of A Glacier Bear Technician

Grizzly bear in Glacier National Park. Photo: Dave Hopkins “All park visitors want to be rangers, and all rangers want to be bear techs,” jokes Glacier Bear Technician Chris Martin. Thanks to donor support, the Glacier Conservancy is providing funding in 2024 for two...

The Hidden World of Nighttime Pollinators

The Hidden World of Nighttime Pollinators

Moths and other insects gather on a white sheet during the Nocturnal Pollinators Bioblitz. Glacier National Park teems with life, much of which we seldom see, especially once the sun sets. Among these nocturnal wonders are some of the park’s most important...

Astronomy in Glacier

Astronomy in Glacier

Visitors look through a telescope during an astronomy program at the Dusty Star Observatory. Glacier National Park is a special place for so many reasons: towering mountains, pristine waters, wondrous wildlife, and human history. But sitting in the parking lot of the...

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