Historic lodges and vintage buses drop you at nature’s doorstep on this hiking tour in Montana’s majestic Rocky Mountains.
Cool breezes and even cooler views pass through the open roof of your sporty Red Jammer bus as it rounds a hairpin curve towards Logan Pass. Alighting at the summit, you stride with your guide into the heart of Montana’s Rockies. Lacy white beargrass floats cloudlike atop tall stalks, and ribbed green slopes plunge into the U-shaped glacial valley below. Trading gazes with a mountain goat on the cliffs above, you break into a smile and realize you’re living in a primeval world few are privileged to know. Staying each night at historic lodges, with hiking trails right out your back door, you’ve got a front-row perspective on Glacier’s mountains, lakes, and wildlife on this Montana hiking trip. So embrace the moment. The trail ahead curves enticingly round another bend, and you’re off, into the high country.
- Ascend the peaks and cliffs of the Continental Divide as you cruise the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road in one of the park's classic Red Buses.
- Learn from passionate and knowledgeable naturalist guides, as they bring Glacier National Park's impressive geological history to life.
- Traverse alpine slopes through a profusion of colorful wildflowers and grasses, all beneath the impressive face of Mt. Wilbur.
Glacier Park Lodge
A National Park lodge, first opened to the public in 1913, with a massive, welcoming lobby and reputation as “The Big Tree” hotel. Rooms are un-air conditioned; a fan is provided upon request.
Many Glacier Lodge
The largest of the national-park lodges in Glacier, this historical hotel was built in the Swiss tradition and opened in 1915. Located on the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake, this lodge affords some of the best wildlife viewing in the park. Rooms are un-air conditioned; a fan is provided upon request.
Lake McDonald Lodge
Built in 1914, this national-park lodge is situated in a cedar grove on the shores of beautiful Lake McDonald. Rooms are un-air conditioned; a fan is provided upon request.
|Exceptional boutique accommodations|
|14 on-tour meals: 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners|
|Local guides with you throughout tour|
|Local wine and/or beer with dinner|
|Travel assistance available 24/7 provided by Allianz Global Assistance|
|Telescopic walking sticks provided on tour|
Expert Local Guides
Experience your destination like an insider with people who call it home.
Eva Stone was raised in Gardiner, Montana at the entrance to Yellowstone National Park, one of the few humans among its bison and elk inhabitants! She has worked and guided in Yellowstone and Denali National Park, but Glacier has been far and away her favorite and is home. Whether she’s hiking, biking, rafting, or skiing she loves being out in the mountains and sharing her enthusiasm for protected wilderness with others.
Jordan Smith was born and raised in greater Seattle and developed a passion for the outdoors at an early age. The day after she graduated from college, she moved to the mountains of Montana and never looked back, guiding in Glacier National Park ever since. Jordan enjoys work as a ski instructor and yoga teacher in the off season and is deeply passionate about the area’s history and ecology.
Carolyn Beecher first started hiking in Acadia when she was 6 years old with the Appalachian Mountain Club, her family staying at the Echo Lake Camp on the west side of Mount Desert Island. The aroma of balsam fir, the taste of blueberries, and the expansive views of the ocean and islands from the granite summits of Acadia touch deep places within her. Eventually settling in Montana in 1980, she began as a guide in 1991 in Glacier National Park. Her excitement about sharing our national parks’ remarkable ecology, history, beauty, and peace with you cannot be missed. Carolyn will encourage you to relax your mind, open your senses, and have fun in the present moment.
Jennifer Buls hails from Great Falls, Montana, and has worked as a rafting and hiking guide since 2002. Gifted in plant identification, Jennifer studied Forest Resource management. When not guiding, one can find her working in a local gear shop or out on the slopes snowboarding.