Glacier Guides & Montana Raft Blog

Glacier Guides & Montana Raft makes monthly contributions to this blog with subjects on all things rafting, hiking, fishing, biking and lodging in and around Glacier National Park as well as relevant news and information about Glacier National Park.

Glacier Guides and Montana Raft’s Rafting for Refuse  

Montana Raft’s annual river cleanup event is Rafting for Refuse. Guests clean the river access points along the Middle Fork of the Flathead river and then raft the border of Glacier National Park.

Overnight Rafting on the Middle Fork Flathead River  

A glimpse into Montana Raft’s annual overnight rafting trip on the Middle Fork of the Flathead river bordering Glacier National Park.

Glacier Guides Backpacking Training Trip in Glacier National Park  

Every year Glacier Guides has a backpack “training” trip in Glacier National Park. This is a little bit about it.

When To Visit Glacier National Park  

A quick reference of what to expect during the different seasons in Glacier National Park, Montana. Rafting, hiking and fishing can be very different depending on the time of year you visit.

Rafting Glacier Park’s Rivers  

The difference between rafting the Middle Fork and the North Fork of the Flathead rivers that border Glacier National Park. Montana Raft offers whitewater rafting, scenic floats and fishing trips on these rivers.

Adventures On Glacier Park’s East Side  

Travel information for travelling to the east-side of Glacier National Park.

Adventures On Glacier Park’s West Side  

Travel information for the west-side of Glacier National Park

Mountaineer Achieves Rare Winter Solo of Glacier’s Mount Stimson  

A Great Falls native who now lives in Whitefish has successfully climbed Mount Stimson in Glacier National Park.

Celebrating the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act  

Celebrating the 49th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act To experience the wild, the truly wild, you must visit Montana’s northwest corner, where the North Fork of the Flathead River winds it way along the western border of Glacier National Park, through pristine valleys and soaring peaks, to join the Middle Fork of… Read more »