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Hiking Questions --Many Glacier

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We will be arriving in GNP 6/22--staying at MG hotel for 3 nights, then GTTS to Meadow Lake Resort for 2nd part of trip. I need some advice on hikes. My husband has had knee issues---good now but don't want too challenging, especially at the beginning of our trip. I've read so much about all of the hikes and just bought a book on easy hikes. I keep reading about Fishercap lake-----when looking at the hiking paths, i see that the path to redrock falls. goes to the north of the lake. The description even says that you can see some of the lake through the trees but that the hiking path doesn't take you there----My question is: how do you get to the lake? can you go off path to get to it? Since everybody talks about it---has to be easy to get to.

If we do Iceberg Lake, would it be senseless to do just part of it? I assume by far the best part of it is getting to the lake----- 9 miles might be a bit too much. We are already booked for the boat trip /hike to Grinnel Lake---can't wait.

About Logan pass hikes---i'm deciding between Hidden Lake and HIghline loop--which we wouldnt do all of for sure. Any advice?

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