Mount Oberlin, at 8,180 feet, is located in the Lewis Range of Glacier National Park, just northwest of Logan Pass, 1 mile from the Continental Divide and north of Clements Mountain. There is a 4-mile-long trail that will gain you an elevation of 1,500 feet.
The trail is steep in some places and it will take you up to 7 hours to reach the summit and return. The views are magnificent and you might be lucky enough to spot mountain goats and bears. The Going-to-the-Sun Road through Glacier National Park, which leads to the trailhead, is an amazing adventure in itself.
The trail starts at the base of Logan Pass. The trail is marked with cairns and is easy to follow all the way to the summit. All along it you will have an open view of Mount Gould, the Garden Wall, the Livingston Range, and the Lewis Range.
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