An access road leads to the terminus of Sheridan Glacier and the trailhead for Sheridan Mountain USFS trail. The trail is a difficult 2.8-mile hike. The glacier was named for the Civil War General Philip Sheridan. The hike begins through the forest before it begins to climb. There are rock cairns to help guide you along the way. From the top, you'll have impressive views of the Sheridan and Sherman glaciers.