Rogers Meadow Trail
Rogers Meadow Trail is a journey into the wilderness, where few hikers ever travel. To get to this trail, you have to go through a sometimes almost impassable road, but you will be rewarded with the beautiful views that surround this area of Glacier National Park. This trail is also home to many bears, wolves, beavers and moose, so keep your eyes peeled for wildlife when hiking.
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Route Description for Rogers Meadow Trail
The Rogers Meadow Trail is a hike in Glacier National Park that few people ever get to. This trail is full of stunning scenery and wildlife. Follow the trail up Camas Creek while you take in views of Stanton Mountain, Mount Vaught, Heavens Peak and Rogers Peak.At 3.2 mi, you will find yourself in Rogers Meadow. After enjoying the scenery, head back the way you came as this is an out-and-back trail.
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Getting to the Rogers Meadow Trail Trailhead
To get to Rogers Meadow Trail, you have to travel to Inside North Fork Road, where you follow this one lane.The road leading to the trailhead can be daunting as it has many potholes.
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