My lovely wife has graciously agreed to join me in Montana next week, with a couple of days in Glacier for me to do the photography thing and then a few more days exploring other parts of the state. I have never been to Glacier before, and I'm excited to check it out. I do have limited time in the park, with our itinerary allowing for late afternoon and sunset on the first day, a full day with both sunrise and sunset on the second day, and then a sunrise on the day we leave. We are staying just west of the park. Going to the Sun road is expected to be open while we are there. I fully recognize how variable the weather can be up there, especially this time of year. With that in mind, any plans I make are just placeholders and I'll follow the conditions. That said, here is what I'm thinking: Day 1 (arriving Kallispel around noon): Grab some lunch, check into hotel, and head up the going to the sun road exploring the west side a little bit. End up at Logan Pass and hike to Hidden Lake for sunset. Day 2 (this will be the busy day!): Get up early and get sunrise at Two Medicine Lake. Drive to Many Glacier to grab some food, take the boats across the lakes and hike as much of the Grinnell Glacier trail as we feel like. Head back on the Going to the Sun road and stop at St Mary Lake (Wild Goose Lookout) for sunset. Day 3: Sunrise at Lake McDonald and head on to other parts of the state. FWIW, I chose Two Medicine for sunrise over Swiftcurrent because I've liked the pictures better that I've seen from there. If I'm crazy please educate me! Thoughts? Am I missing something vital? Too much? Too little? Thanks!