Harrison Lake Trail - Glacier National Park

The Harrison Lake Trail follows Middle Fork of the Flathead east. At 5.3 miles, the trail reaches a junction with Lincoln Creek Trail. Stay right for Harrison Lake. At 7.1 miles junction with Harrison Lake Trail, then turn left for Harrison Lake. At mile 10 you will reach the foot of Harrison Lake, and at 11.9 miles you will come to the Harrison Lake Campground.

Length: 5.8 miles

Trail Begins: Boundary Trail (You must ford the middle fork of the Flathead, then walk 1.5 miles down the boundary before you get to this point.)

Trail Ends: Head Of Harrison Lake

USGS Map1: Park Map

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The Harrison Lake Trail can be accessed from the South Boundary Trail from West Glacier. Ask at Apgar Visitor center for specific information.

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Bird Watching, Environmental, Hiking, Nature Area, Picnicking, Sightseeing, Walking, Wildlife Viewing