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Glacial lakes are cheaper by the dozen

Andrews tarn and glacier were the highlight of a loop hike that took in nine glacial lakes... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
ToutLeMonde
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USA
Awesome views, great thru hike

I hiked up Flattop, peaked Hallett then hiked over to the Andrews Glacier. Its a 11-12 mile thru... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
Todd G
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Omaha, Nebraska
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Andrews tarn and glacier were the highlight of a loop hike that took in nine glacial lakes. Could've been twelve if the weather had held up. From Bear lake (1) I followed the popular route to Nymph (2), Dream (3) and Emerald (4) lakes. Between...More

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Reviewed 5 September 2017

I hiked up Flattop, peaked Hallett then hiked over to the Andrews Glacier. Its a 11-12 mile thru hike but I liked the variety over the up and back. The glacier wasn't as steep as I first thought, I recommend crampons. I also think I...More

1  Thank Todd G
Reviewed 18 May 2016 via mobile

What a breathtaking view as you drive to the trail head. Your eyes can not even handle the sheer beauty all around you as you will find yourself constantly saying omg! Wow! Ahhhhh! My son and I had fun hiking in the snow, mud and...More

1  Thank Christina R
Reviewed 30 April 2016

The hike to Andrews Glacier and Andrews Tarn is strenuous and has one half mile of vertical scree and boulders at the end. It is 4 miles one way and 2,300 feet in elevation gain. That is over 500 feet per mile. The last mile...More

4  Thank Richard R
Reviewed 14 October 2015

The hike to Andrews Glacier is definitely on our list of top hikes anywhere. The entire hike is scenic start to finish. It starts with the overpopulated Alberta Falls, take a quick glimpse and then keep hiking. Next up is The Loch which is stunningly...More

3  Thank TheSpeis
Reviewed 2 October 2015

This is a beautiful hike up to Andrews Glacier. As you get up towards the glacier it gets steep with a bit of scrambling. The trail through the rocks can be a bit tough to follow at times. If you are climbing, we generally climb...More

2  Thank Bryan P
Reviewed 5 August 2015

The route to Andrews Glacier is a quiet spur off the more popular trail to Sky Pond. Few folks take this slightly longer but more scenic route. With a modest amount of rock hopping and a brief steep jaunt, Andrew's Glacier and Tarn (melt pond)...More

2  Thank RaleighBigR
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