Biking In Glacier National Park
Biking in Glacier National Park is one of the best ways active vacationers can experience the park. Experience the views at your own pace, feel the changes in temperature and elevation, and even stop to smell the flowers – there are so many! You have a couple options for biking in Glacier National Park. You can go with an interpretive guide up and down the Going-To-The-Sun Road — or other roads in Glacier that are closed to vehicle traffic. Or you can rent your own bikes for a self-guided tour in or near the park, creating your own custom biking adventure!
Self Guided Biking in Glacier National Park
Tired of the Glacier National Park traffic? You can rent a bike from our office and ride the easy, downhill 1.5 miles to the West Glacier entrance! Glacier Guides and Montana Raft is located on the Gateway to Glacier Bike Path, which connects to Glacier National Park’s bike trails. We are located 18.3 miles from the popular Avalanche trailhead. We rent men’s, women’s, and children’s Raleigh Cadent 3 bikes. These bikes are specifically set up for the Going to the Sun Road. They are a hybrid between a mountain bike and a road bike. In other words, they’re perfect for biking in and around Glacier National Park! Self guided Glacier National Park Bike rentals include Raleigh bicycle and helmet. $40/day