Surrounded by carpets of wildflowers in the summer, Lunch Creek flows down a natural rock staircase from the striking backdrop of Pollack Mountain.
Put on those sneakers, river sandals or
clean lite-hikers, for an afternoon walk up the Lunch Creek Basin,
just east of Logan Pass. Following the creek affords easy walking
along the climber's trail to the large waterfall.
A herd of mountain goats, or the big horn sheep are likely to be in the area, so pack the camera and and follow the path to the waterfalls at the end of the trail.
Lunch Creek is the first stream crossing on the
east side of Logan Pass.
It is a short 10-15 minute walk down from Logan Pass if the shuttle is taken. There is ample parking for private vehicles at Lunch Creek as well