Going-to-the-Sun Road Shuttle Service

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A fare-free shuttle is available along Going-to-the-Sun Road on a first-come, first-served basis.

Shuttles are wheelchair-accessible. Smoking, pets, and open alcohol containers are prohibited. Bear spray must be safely secured to prevent accidental discharge. Most shuttles have bike racks.


Summer Shuttle Service

Summer shuttle service begins July 1 and continues through Labor Day. Reduced services may also be offered through mid-September.


Hiker-Biker Shuttle Service

The hiker-biker season allows recreational access for hikers and bikers beyond vehicle gate closures on Going-to-the-Sun Road prior to the road opening for the season. Hiker-biker shuttle service is offered weekends only from May 11 until June 30 or until the day the Going-to-the-Sun Road fully opens, whichever comes first. If the Going-to-the-Sun Road fully opens prior to June 30, the hiker-biker shuttle service will no longer be offered.

Map shows shuttle stops along the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Shuttle stops on the west side are shown in green. Shuttle stops for the east side are shown in yellow.
2024 Going-to-the-Sun Road Shuttle Map
The map highlights the shuttle stops, trails, and other points of interest along Going-to-the-Sun Road. Download the map for offline use.

Shuttle Stops

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Conditions are constantly changing. Check here for updates on which roads are open or closed.

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Vehicle Reservations

A vehicle reservation is required for busy areas in Glacier's peak season.

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Last updated: May 6, 2024

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West Glacier, MT 59936



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