This past weekend we drove the amazing and well-known Going-to-the-Sun Road. This is the only road that crosses Glacier National Park in Montana, going over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, which is the highest point on the road at 6,646 feet.
The narrow winding road, which hugs the mountainsides as you climb higher and higher, was completed in 1932 and spans 50 miles.
We’ve wanted to drive this road for awhile. We travelled through the area last February but it was closed. It’s only open from June to September.
Here are some photo highlights from our drive to the Sun and back.