Improvements Planned at Glacier’s Logan Pass

By Beacon Staff

WEST GLACIER – New toilets are among improvement projects planned for Logan Pass, in Glacier National Park.

The National Park Service recently signed a final decision to move forward with work at the pass, where a visitor center off Going to the Sun Road is a leading park attraction.

Plans call for waterless vault toilets that will replace portable toilets near the road.

For users of shuttle buses, seating will be installed and the bus waiting area will be moved away from the visitor center. In addition, propane generators will be installed to power operations at Logan Pass.

The National Park Service says most of the work will begin this fall. It was authorized after an environmental analysis and public comment.

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