“An administrative trail through a mixed forest to the boundary of the park.”
— Jake Bramante
Birding · Fall Colors · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Bring bear spray.
This trail is an administrative trail to the boundary of Glacier National Park on the top of Mild River Ridge. It starts out behind the ranger station and travels up through a mix of aspen and pine forest, then traverses through some meadows near the top to the boundary.
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Flora & Fauna
Flowers include many varieties such as gaillardia and geraniums. In addition to abundant birds such as warblers and chickadees and mammals such as squirrels, you may come across deer, elk, and bear.