Hidden Lake

Reynolds Mountain and Dragon's Tail reflect in Hidden Lake

Bearhat Mountain and Hidden Lake in the fall

Reynolds Mountain reflection in Hidden Lake

Originally named Bearhat Lake, after a prominent Kootenai chief, the name was transferred to nearby Bearhat Mountain and the descriptive name of Hidden Lake was given to this majestic lake. It is indeed hidden and is one of the most beautiful and easily reached lakes in Glacier National Park, reached from Logan Pass via a 3 mile-long hike on the Hidden Lake boardwalk/trail over the continental divide. Glacier’s native animals love this area, as mountain goats frequent “Hidden Lake Pass” above the lake and the trail down to the lake is often closed for grizzly bears feeding on trout at the outlet of the lake, where the official trail ends.

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