Glacier National Park Guides
Raft. Hike. Fish. Bike. Stay.
- Day Trips
- Overnight Trips
- Private Adventures
- Day Hikes
- Backpacking Trips
- Nature Walks & Family Adventures
- Full Day Trips
- Half Day Trips
- Custom Overnight Trips
- Guided Bike Tours
- Bike Rentals
- Choose a Regular or E-Bike
- Glacier Guides Guest House
- Glacier Guides Lodge
- Stay & Play with us!
Glacier National Park Chalets
- Granite Park Chalet
- Sperry Chalet
Our mission is to provide exceptional active travel vacations and experiences in and around Glacier National Park while preserving and protecting Glacier’s unique ecosystem using the best available ecologically sound practices. And that means the best environmental efforts, too.
The Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Difference
Experience, Knowledge & Safety
Over 90 percent of the Glacier Guides and Montana Raft’s staff returns every season. Rafting guides are trained in Swiftwater Rescue in addition to all guides certified in Wilderness First Aid and CPR and NPS Bear Management Training.
We were chosen as Glacier National Park’s exclusive hiking guide service in 1983. We teach and practice Leave No Trace on all of our trips. Since 2013, we are “EcoStar Award” winners in recognition of our pollution prevention efforts.
Keep it Fresh & Local
We are tied and committed to our local community and do as much local purchasing as possible. We think it’s important to fuel your body with organic, local, tasty and nutritious food. We can also cater to all dietary restrictions.
Lifeline Cheese (Victor), Great Northern Pasta (Whitefish), Half Moon Eggs (Columbia Falls), Mountain View Garden (Kalispell), Two Bear Farm (Whitefish), Perfect Cut Meats (Columbia Falls), Wheat Montana (Kalispell), Montana Huckleberry Haven (Kalispell)
Half Day Whitewater Rafting Glacier Park Adventure
$79 Adult | $59 Child (5 years-12 years)
Every Monday Hike – Introduction to Glacier
Approx. 8 hours
$165 Adult | $165 Child (10+)
Half Day Glacier National Park Fly Fishing
Half Day, AM or PM
$490 (for 1-2 people)
We rented two e-bikes and were super happy with the experience! This outfitters location is great for picking up bikes bc there is a bike path that leads all the way back into West Glacier so you don’t have to transport your bikes by car or ride on the road to get into the park to start biking. We left our rental car in the lot all day and headed out directly from the bike lot to get our day started. Checking out the bikes and returning them was super easy and quick – we had made reservations on line which I highly recommend to ensure you get an e-bike if you want one and to ensure you get one that is the right size – very important especially if you’re short like me (5’2″) cause these bikes are a bit heavy and even the smallest size is still pretty big. No issues with the bike quality and e-biking the going to the sun road was SO much fun and doable for anybody whose ridden a bike before – you def don’t have to be a bike pro to have a good time.Read More Reviews
Glacier Guides three day Chalet backpacking trip is about as good as it gets. You get the opportunity to do backcountry hiking led by experienced guides AND you can leave the 40 pound backpack home! All food and sleeping quarters are provided at the Granite Chalet as you day hike through the beauty of Glacier National. Our group was a fun and interesting bunch from all over the U.S. that loved the outdoors and who were very pleasant companions. A great experience run by a truly professional company.Read More Reviews
We had a wonderful stay at the guest house-wish it could’ve been longer! The house was clean and comfortable. We even got to enjoy watching deer each evening from the front patio. It is a perfect house for multiple families, especially nice to have the whole downstairs for those with younger children. Great place!Read More Reviews
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed a full-day fly fishing school guided by Cam. Not only did we catch fish of multiple species (including a lunker cutbow trout by my wife), but we also saw a black bear, a bald eagle, ospreys and a kingfisher!!! We can’t say enough about Cam. He is like a trout encyclopedia and can tell you everything you ever wanted to know and more. He is also a very patient and enthusiastic instructor. We are very satisfied customers!Read More Reviews
Our family of 5 just returned from the 3 day chalet trip with Ryan and Eva and WOW! We’re still coming down from the amazing time we had! First of all, both these guides are just really cool people, super knowledgeable about the history and ecology of the park, and clearly enthusiastic about what they do. The Highline Trail was stunning, Ryan and Eva made sure everyone was comfortable with the pace and pointed out animals, berries, and interesting features when we came across them. After the hike in it was awesome to have a delicious, hot meal prepared FOR us (we felt very fortunate for our dinner after watching the rest of the guest eat freeze dried stuff). I’m so grateful for the gentle push to do the two day hikes we did while up that way; they were so worth the climb and our time at the top of the Swiftcurrent Fire Lookout is one of the absolute highlights of this trip. I want to make a special mention of how great both of these guides where with our children, my boys especially bonded with Ryan and they probably talked both his and Eva’s ears all the way off over the duration of the trip but they were so cool about it. Overall this trip was one we will never forget and always cherish and the fantastic guides and process with your company really made it that much more enjoyable. We hope to come back someday for more adventures!Read More Reviews