The conical shaped mountain named after a Kootenai Native American started its formation maybe 170 million years ago when tumultuous plate activity pushed the earth up. It rises 8,689 feet above Hidden Lake which mirrors the mountain's splendor perfectly. Mountain goats and rustic lodges complete the alpine feel of this small part of Glacier National Park. To get to the Hidden Lake Overlook, park at the Logan Pass Visitor Center to access the trailhead. The hike is about one mile one way with moderate to difficult elevation gain.