Glacier National Park

Lower Beaver Valley Trail

The lower Beaver Valley Trail is open for four season use, from the trailhead near the Trans-Canada Highway to Grizzly Creek.

Beaver Valley Trail (Grizzly Creek to Twenty Mile area)

The Beaver Valley Trail bridge over Grizzly Creek is now closed permanently. No public access is allowed across the bridge. The Beaver Valley Trail south from Grizzly Creek to the Twenty Mile area will no longer be maintained. Visitors entering the Beaver Valley beyond Grizzly Creek travel at their own risk and must employ self-reliance measures, including fording of rivers and route-finding. Similarly, visitors entering the decommissioned Beaver Valley Trail north of the Twenty Mile area do so at their own risk. During the winter months, the Beaver Valley from the Trans-Canada Highway to the Twenty Mile area of Glacier National Park will remain open to visitor use.

Upper Beaver Valley Trail (Caribou Pass Connector Trail to Glacier south boundary)

The upper Beaver Valley Trail will no longer be maintained from the junction with the Caribou Pass Connector Trail (south of the Twenty Mile area) to the south boundary of Glacier National Park. During the winter months, the Beaver Valley from the Twenty Mile area to the south park boundary will remain open to visitor use.

Copperstain Trail

The Copperstain Trail will no longer be maintained from Grizzly Creek to Copperstain Pass. The Copperstain Trail bridge is now permanently closed and no public access is allowed. Visitors entering the Copperstain Valley beyond Grizzly Creek or below Copperstain Pass travel at their own risk and must employ self-reliance measures, including route-finding and fording of streams. During the winter months, the Copperstain Pass area will remain open to visitor use.

Map of Hiking Trails in Glacier National Park Map of Hiking Trails
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