Located in the Glacier National Park, this 56-mile (90 km) stretch crosses the Continental Divide. Full of hairpin turns and tight twists, it passes through almost every type of terrain, ranging from pristine glacial lakes and cedar forests in the lower valleys to windswept alpine tundra up the top. Bighorn sheep and mountain goats are frequently seen grazing the steep slopes between Logan Pass and St. Mary.
There is very limited accomodation on the Eastern end of the pass at St Mary. For accomodation within the park you could try Lake McDonald Lodge. We usually prefer to stay on the Western end at Kallispell, this is a reasonably big town with lots of accomodation choices.