Family Friendly Hiking in Glacier National Park
Hiking with your family will give you memories that will last forever. And there is plenty of family friendly hiking in Glacier National Park! With over 734 miles of trails to choose from, there is something for every age and every fitness level. Glacier Guides was chosen as the exclusive provider of guided Glacier National Park hiking by the National Park Service in 1983. We’re your experts for a knowledge, safety, and fun!
We offer a wide range of family friendly hiking in Glacier travel options, from day hikes to backpacking and more! Want to go on a multi day hike and see both sides of the park without going backpacking? Check out our van supported Glacier Challenge trip! Want to go backpacking without carrying a heavy pack? Hire one of our friendly porters. Prefer the roof of a historic, rustic chalet over your head? The Granite Park Chalet trip might be for you. Prefer to plan a custom adventure? We love those. Give us a call at 406-387-5555.
Our guided Glacier National Park hiking trips are focused on safety and ecological responsibility. Guides are highly trained and hold multiple backcountry certifications such as Wilderness First Aid, National Park Service Bear Management, and Leave No Trace backcountry ethics training. You will receive an education about Glacier National Park’s flora, fauna, geology, history, and more while in the care of our guides — who are also highly entertaining! Meet our guides here.
Family Friendly Hiking in Glacier Pro Tip
Rest and relax after your hiking or backpacking adventure on the river! A full day or overnight rafting trip is the perfect conclusion to your guided Glacier National Park hiking adventure. Plus, then you’ll be able to engage in lively debate about whether Glacier is prettier from the trail or from the river.
Read about our recommendations for the 7 best family friendly adventures in Glacier National Park here!