In summer 2020 the park's Visitor Transportation Service will provide hop-on, hop-off service to locations along the Going-to-the-Sun Road. This fare-free service will have departures throughout the day beginning at the Apgar and St. Mary Visitor Centers at 7 am. The last shuttles of the day will leave Logan Pass, on their return to Apgar and St. Mary, at 7 pm. Several hikers express shuttles will begin the service each morning at Apgar and St. Mary with departures every 15 minutes. Throughout the rest of the day shuttles will depart at 30 minute intervals. Shuttles departing the transfer locations at Sun Point and Avalanche Creek will depart approximately every 10 minutes for their trips to Logan Pass.
View a map and read about the individual shuttle stop destinations. Discover the highlights and amenities at each location. Shuttles will only stop at designated stops.
Check the Getting Around page for information about shuttles that travel beyond Going-to-the-Sun Road.
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Glacier National Park's shuttle service is a point-to-point transportation service only. But all shuttle stops feature interpretive and educational information regarding the history and features of the park, plus family-fun activities to help pass the time. The Going-to-the-Sun Road audio tour has information about each shuttle stop.
Interpretive motorized tours on Going-to-the-Sun Road are available with park concessioners, Sun Tours and Xanterra Parks and Resorts.
Last updated: April 1, 2020