Published On 4/4/2015
The Going to the Sun Road traverses Glacier National Park in Montana. The 52 mile road bisects the park east and west. The Going to the Sun Road is aptly named for the steep inclines of the road that eventually lead across 6,646 foot Logan Pass and afford breathtaking views of Mount Siyeh (10,014 feet), Cataract Peak (8,180 feet), the Piegan Mountains (9,220 feet), and the road’s namesake, Going to the Sun Mountain (9,642 feet). The scenery is simply spectacular.