At Logan Pass, Reynolds Mtn and Clements Mountain tower over fields of wildflowers that carpet the ground throughout the brief summer. Waves of yellow glacier lilies pushing up through the snow are quickly replaced by a variety of alpine plants adapted to this harsh, but spectacularly beautiful, habitat. Mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and the occasional grizzly bear lumbering through the meadows offer spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. info from NPS
Logan Pass is the transfer point between the smaller west side shuttle bus and the larger east side shuttle bus.
The east side shuttle while larger operates on a different and less frequent schedule then the western shuttles.
Finding a parking space at Logan Pass after 10 am can be a very iffy proposition.
If you want to actually stop at Logan Pass and don't get an early start then you will be better off taking the Free NPS Shuttle.
Otherwise you can easily spend a half-hour trying to find a parking space at Logan Pass.
The last shuttle down either side is at 7 PM.