Mt. Clements

Mt. Clements, Glacier National Park: Address, Mt. Clements Reviews: 4.5/5

Mt. Clements
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jer b
Bristol, CT1,855 contributions
Iconic
Sep 2019
Very close to Logan Pass, this mountain rises sharply up behind the visitor center and makes for a very striking photograph. It was named for a Mr. Walter Clements who authored a treaty between the United States and the Blackfeet nation. It is a striking gray monolith. Trails from Logan Pass lead directly to it. If you are fortunate enough to get parking, well worth the hike. Pretty easy.
Written 22 September 2019
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Spidey101
Ottawa, Canada217 contributions
Beautiful mountain clearly rising up at Logans Pass
Aug 2019
Can take a hike up close to this mountain at Logans Pass. Worth the stop to do so! On a beautiful day you get to see mountain goats & Long Horn Goats grazing along the ridges, as well as the Columbian Ground squirrels meandering all over the place. The wild flowers when in full bloom are dotting the hillside and hiking paths as well. All this makes for a spectacular hiking day..even at age 66!
Written 13 September 2019
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Theresa C
Allendale, NJ743 contributions
Looming over the visitor center
Jun 2018 • Family
It took us a couple of tries to see Logan Pass without fog, but when we went there on a clear morning, it was startling to see Clements Mountain towering above the visitors center. Previously, it had been completely hidden by the clouds.
Written 4 July 2018
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JJawandering
Lethbridge, Canada314 contributions
A stunning peak in the Logan Pass area
Aug 2016 • Friends
Go early up to Logan Pass visitor centre and take the broad walk trail towards Hidden Lake. This area has fragile alpine vegetation so stay on the trail. Mountain goats and marmots frequent this area. It gets cold so be prepared for unpredictable mountain weather. Take snacks and water.
Written 28 May 2017
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James and Sandr... B
Lufkin, TX516 contributions
Stunning
Jul 2016 • Couples
Like all parts of Glacier National Park, Mt. Clements is an impressive view. With the Birdwoman Falls and the spectacular mountain, it is definitely not to be missed. Even if you don't hike you can just enjoy viewing it in it's grandeur.
Written 28 August 2016
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Rainier72
Lynnwood, WA676 contributions
Logan Highlight
Jul 2016 • Friends
The best place to see Mount Clements is Logan Pass. It's the mountain dominating behind the visitors center. If you want to get a closer view, the Hidden Lake trail gets you very close. Like all mountains in Glacier, Mount Clements is beautiful. There's something about the more rounded or pointed ones in the park that stand out. Mount Clements is no exception. One of the many highlights of Logan Pass.
Written 7 August 2016
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Michelle G
Lake Forest, CA461 contributions
Viewed from a far
Jun 2014 • Friends
As you glace across McDonald Creek Valley, the wide middle of the mountain peaks in front of you is Mt. Clements with Birdwoman falls marking the flow of melting glacier water above. Spectacular view from the valley up... I can only imagine the view looking down from Mt. Cements upon the valley beneath.
Written 14 December 2014
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