I visited Rogers Pass in the end of May 2011. There was lots of snow that year; in some sections of Glacier National Park, you could see the glacier sliding down the hill and lying next to the highway!!!
I didn’t stay too long in Rogers Pass. That year Rogers Pass Discovery Centre was under renovation, and the Visitor Information Centre was temporarily relocated to Glacier Park Lodge. There are many hiking trails and tourist attractions around Rogers Pass (see below more info). Take a break and have a lunch or picnic at the Memorial Arch Garden while appreciating the rugged beauty of mountain peaks and glaciers in this national park.
Glacier Park Lodge — in case you need accommodation to stay overnight in Rogers Pass.
Rogers Pass National Historic Site — constructing history of Canadian Pacific Railway and the first Canandian Trans-continental highway through these “impenetrable peaks” west of the Rocky Mountains, where Major Albert Bowman Rogers surveyed a pass existed in 1882 and construction was underway through Rogers Pass in 1884.
Glacier National Park — offers info about various hiking trails, including day hikes, backpacking/back country hikes, self-guided trails, and trail conditions report.
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Exact location is indicated by Green Arrow.
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