Other Outdoor Activities in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park offers a wide variety of activities that allow visitors to enjoy the magnificent beauty of the mountains. In addition to the more than 740 miles of hiking trails in the park, there are numerous opportunities for other outdoor pursuites, including rafting, boating, biking, climbing, fishing, or even taking a tour of the park with a knowledgeable guide.

Great Northern Resort
Whitewater adventures and guided fly fishing trips: 
Great Northern Resort helps you get out and experience what a Montana vacation has to offer! Try one of our exciting whitewater trips, these offer an excellent opportunity for beginner and advanced paddlers to try their hand at class II-III whitewater. (May & June may have class IV, check with the reservation staff to find out the level while you are here).

We also offer fantastic guided fly-fishing trips, scenic dinner floats, overnight multi-day river adventures, or even learn new river, camping and packing skills at our Glacier River School.

Great Northern Whitewater Raft and Resort
12127 Hwy 2 E
West Glacier, MT 59936
Glacier Raft and Outdoor Center
Glacier Raft Company is Montana's oldest and most experienced rafting company. For a Montana vacation your family will rave about for years, join us on a rafting trip down the scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River bordering Glacier National Park. The class II and III rapids are exhilarating for first timers as well as seasoned river runners. Extend your thrill on one of our ride (horse) and raft, overnight or Great Bear Wilderness adventures.

If fly fishing is in your sights, our own Glacier Anglers would be privileged to provide you with a fun filled, professionally guided fly fishing experience. Find us in the village of West Glacier at 106 Going-to-the-Sun Road or at 12400 U.S. 2. Check us out at www.glacierraftco.com, or contact us at info@glacierraftco.com or 406-888-5454.
Glacier Guides
Glacier Guides & Montana Raft Company: Looking to vacation in Glacier National Park? With over a million acres, Glacier Park is filled with trails, lakes and rivers that allow pursuits for every level of outdoor enthusiast. Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Company offers a variety of rafting, float trips and fishing trips on the Flathead River. We also offer overnight trips, as well as combo raft and horse / hike adventures. Glacier Guides is also the exclusive backpacking guide service in Glacier National Park. We offer overnight backpacking trips, guided day hiking and custom hikes geared towards all ability levels. To discover how we can help you get the most out of your visit to Glacier National Park, please visit our website or call us at 1-800-521-7238.
Glacier Park Boat Company
Glacier Park Boat Company: Our scenic boat tours provide a unique way to experience Glacier's breathtaking majesty from a different point of view! Our historic boats will take you off the beaten path and glide across beautiful alpine lakes nestled among towering peaks. For those with more time to explore Glacier's splendor, take one of our boat tours with a guided walk or hike to secluded lakes or spectacular waterfalls, or take off on an adventure of your own and return on a later boat. Glacier Park Boat Company is authorized by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior, to serve the public in Glacier National Park.
Backroads Glacier & Waterton Lakes Walking & Hiking Tour
Backroads Glacier & Waterton Lakes Walking & Hiking Tour:
Fifty miles of superlative scenery on Going-to-the-Sun Road. Sixty-two species of mammals, from pygmy shrews to majestic mountain goats and grizzly bears. More than 260 species of birds, 780 miles of trails and 10,000 years of natural history. You've got six days. It all adds up to one incredible story to tell.

Outcast Guiding and Outfitters
Outcast Guiding and Outfitters is owned and operated by Russ Hadley. As a native to Montana, Russ recognized his passion for the outdoors and decided to spend his days on the water. Outcast Guiding consistently delivers the highest level of expertise to clients, and each day creates more great memories for everyone in the boat. Specializing in fly fishing, spin casting, jigging, ice fishing and trolling, we target cutthroat, rainbow, brook trout, artic grayling, lake trout, salmon, northern pike and bass. Half day and full day charters available in the Flathead Valley. Please e-mail outcastguiding@yahoo.com or call 406-261-5644 for reservations.
Ian Taylor Trekking
Ian Taylor Trekking: Based in Vail, Colorado, Ian Taylor Trekking offers high quality, adventure treks and climbs around the world. We specialize in trips to the Himalayas and on Kilimanjaro and offer our clients a unique level of support and assistance, preparing you for every aspect of your chosen adventure. We have a 99% success rate on our Everest Base Camp Treks and a 98% success rate on our 8 day Kilimanjaro Climb. We are available five days a week in support of your trek with training programs, gear lists and all the information you could need on your trip of a lifetime.
Dropstone Outfitting
Dropstone Outfitting: Have you dreamed of hiking Montana without the burden of a heavy pack? Dropstone Outfitting is the only outfitter in the 1.5 million acre Bob Marshall Wilderness that caters specifically to guided backcountry foot travel. We offer stock supported hiking adventures where all you carry is a small daypack as you explore the peaks and valleys of the Bob Marshall. The trips are accompanied by a small string of pack animals that carry the rest of the gear. We focus on traveling with minimum impact to the land while providing you with good food, good company, and a specific knowledge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness. For more information about our trips, email us at info@dropstoneoutfitting.com.
Rock Climb Montana
Rock Climb Montana: Are you ready for a safe, fun, exhilarating adventure? Private outings. All ages and abilities welcomed. We have had climbers ages 3 to 73. Beginners will learn the fundamentals and climb easier routes. Experienced climbers will find challenge (difficulty ratings to 5.12) and improve their skill sets (learn to lead or build better anchors). Proper technique emphasizes use of the legs; therefore, upper body strength is not a prerequisite. If you can climb a ladder, you can rock climb. Rock Climb Montana has been in business for 8 years and has maintained a perfect safety record and a 5-star rating.

Please visit our website or call us at 608.334.1270

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