Pacific Northwest Trail Conditions

Last Updated:  June 21st, 2021

Find information about the latest conditions on the Pacific Northwest Trail, here. The PNTA shares the latest information from our Trail Crews, Scouts, and Volunteers, below. You can also find helpful links to our partners’ websites at the National Park Service, US Forest Service, and other land management agencies. PNT users should always be prepared to expect the unexpected; conditions on remote trails can change quickly and may go unreported for some time.

Major issues, such as trail and road closures affecting access to the Pacific Northwest Trail are logged as Trail Alerts, here.

Have you recently visited part of the Pacific Northwest Trail?

You can volunteer with the PNTA by submitting a field report. Contact us here or use our Trip Report Form. This fillable PDF form can be downloaded and printed, or it can be used with the free Adobe Acrobat App on your desktop PC or smartphone. Thank you for helping to scout trail conditions on the PNT!

Trail Conditions

Land Management Agencies in Section 1
For the most current notices, and to learn about the condition of specific trails, visit our partners’ websites using the links below. Note: the PNT will be described by its local trail name, i.e. Belly River Trail.

Glacier National Park Trail Alerts and Road Conditions
Trail Conditions in GNP, PNT mile 0-20
Trail Conditions in GNP, PNT mile 20-34
Trail Conditions in GNP, PNT mile 34-48

Flathead National Forest Alerts and Notices, PNT mile 55-88
Trail Reports on the Flathead National Forest

Kootenai National Forest Alerts and Notices, PNT mile 88-217
Trail Reports on the Kootenai National Forest

Helpful Links