Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Company, located in West Glacier, Montana, provides guided adventures through Glacier National Park and has been doing so since 1983. Raft Glacier National Park trips range from a half-day to eight days and are often combined with hiking, horseback riding, and overnight cabin stays. Single-day hiking trips, six-day wilderness backpacking excursions, and even a ten-day backpacking exploration of the continental divide are available. Fly fishing classes are offered, or take your existing skills out on the water for half-day to five-day fishing adventures.
Raft Glacier National Park
Take an overnight or extended raft trip on the North Fork or Middle Fork of the Flathead River on the border of Glacier National Park. Float an average of 15 miles a day through dramatic Montana scenery. Instead of standard rafts, choose to run the river in a smaller raft or in an inflatable kayak. The outfitter provides wetsuits and river shoes. Combine a raft Glacier National Park trip with horseback riding and hiking.
Hiking Trails in Glacier National Park
Hike some of the 700 miles of trails in Glacier National Park. Take day hikes or multi-day hikes. Create a custom hike suited to your own interest and experience. Hike hut-to-hut or hike on vehicle-supported excursions. Combine hiking with a raft Glacier National Park day trip or an overnight rafting trip. Regularly scheduled day hikes include Introduction to Glacier, the Highline Trail, Virginia Falls, Piegan Pass, Iceberg Lake, Scenic Point, and Firebrand Pass.
Backpacking 700 Miles of Glacier Hiking Trails
Backpack on multi-day trips in Glacier National Park. Experienced guides prepare homemade backpacking meals. Trips are ecologically friendly. The outfitter provides quality backpacking gear. Trips are geared to participants interests and experience level. On some trips, porters are available to lighten the hiker’s load. Backpacking trips can be combined with other experiences that the outfitter provides including inn trips, safari trips, and raft trips. Glacier has over 700 miles of hiking and backpacking trails.
Hiking to Granite Park or Sperry Chalet
Hike 3 days to Granite Park or Sperry Chalet in the high alpine regions of Glacier National Park, or hike to them both on a six-day trip. These backcountry chalets are only accessible by trail.
Horseback Riding to a Glacier Park Chalet
Travel by horseback to Sperry Chalet in the high mountainous areas of Glacier National Park and hike one of the park’s last remaining glaciers on a 3-day hut trip.
Fly Fishing on Flathead River
Fly fish the Middle Fork and North Fork of Montana’s Flathead River from drift boats, dories or rafts. Fish for native cutthroat, rainbow and brook trout. The outfitter can furnish all fly fishing gear if you don’t have your own. Half-day, full day, and the Smith River five-day trip are available. Custom overnight fly fishing trips can be designed to suit your interests and experience level. All camping gear and food is provided. All fishermen are expected to follow a catch and release ethic.
Fly Fishing Instruction
Full day fly fishing schools are available.
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