Named for the park's first superintendent, William Logan, Logan Pass is the apex of the 50 mile drive along the Going-To-The-Sun Road. At 6,646 feet above sea level, the pass provides some very beautiful visitas. It was here that I saw the majority of the wildlife on this trip while taking a 1.5 mile hike to Hidden Lake. It was at the Hidden Lake Overlook where I encountered Mountain Goats so comfortable around people that I was able to get within a few feet of them without disturbing them. I also saw big horn sheep, marmots and squirrels. Without a doubt this was the best part of the trip from a wildlife viewing standpoint.