We know that organizing activities for a vacation can be time consuming and energy zapping so we've put together some of our favorite tours and activities so that all you have to do is show up! Why not take advantage of our local expertise and experience all the area has to offer?
Here are some resources to help plan your trip. One of the most beautiful drives in the country… Going to the Sun Road takes you 52-miles through some of the most incredible scenery you’ll ever see. You’ll cross the Continental Divide, climb up to 7000 feet on Logan Pass and fill up your camera roll before you know it! Built in the 1930s, it’s a marvel of engineering. For road conditions and more information, click here.
This area is a hiker’s paradise with over 700 miles of trails within the Park.
Here are some ideas for popular hiking trails in the Park.
See Glacier with the help of some local experts who know the area better than anyone. We can arrange group or private tours by foot, by bus or by helicopter to experience Glacier however you’d like. Just tell us how you want to spend your time in the park and we’ll make it happen!
Walk to the lake right next door to Camp and cast a line or explore some of the best fishing in the world within a few minutes drive. We can also arrange for one of our local guides to take you by boat or foot to find the perfect spot. Everyone needs a fishing license to fish in Montana. To find out more click here.
Take on one of Montana's wildest rivers! Flathead River is fed by the surrounding glaciers and runs through some beautiful terrain with chances to see deer, mountain goats, osprey, bald eagles, elk, moose and more. There are trips for every level of adventurer so, you can take it easy or get soaked in Class IV rapids!
A trip to Montana doesn’t seem complete unless you get on a horse! With thousands of acres to explore this is also an incredible way to see the landscape. We’ll take you through meadows covered in wildflowers, over mountain passes without breaking a sweat and across the rivers without getting wet.
Did you know you could cycle inside the Park? Seeing Glacier from the seat of a bike is a great way to take in the sights at your own pace and get some exercise in! There are some restrictions, so give us a ring to plan your road biking adventure. In this endless backcountry, there are also fabulous mountain biking trails. Rentals are available so, just let us know what kind of biking you want to do!