Glacier National Park Area Shuttles, Taxis, Ubers + More


Local Tip: Consider booking a tour where Glacier National Park transportation is included, or renting a car. While the beauty in the park is endless, the Glacier National Park transportation public options are far from plentiful. These are especially limited before July 1 and after Labor Day. Know before you go!

Getting Around Glacier National Park


Glacier National Park Driving Tours:

Red Bus Tours

The famous Red Buses serve as an ideal way to see and learn more about Glacier National Park. In fact, the vintage 1930s buses are part of the human history and heritage of the park. As much of the park’s scenery is vertically oriented, the roll-back tops are perfect for providing full views of the stunning mountains, and the area’s signature Big Sky. The guides are seasoned park veterans, who are here because they love the park and enjoy sharing the park with visitors.  855-733-4522

Sun Tours

Sun Tours operates from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, which borders the eastern half of Glacier National Park. Sun Tours offers daily interpretive tours through Glacier National Park over the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Blackfeet Country.  Guides offer valuable insights on natural features and the cultural relevance — past and present — of this incredibly beautiful land known to the Blackfeet as “The Backbone of the World.” 1-800-786-9220

Blackfeet Sun Tours on the Going to the Sun Road

Hiking Shuttles

Other Shuttles and Taxis:

What About Uber And Lyft?

In our corner of Montana, Uber are Lyft are available, but not particularly consistent outside of the Airport-Whitefish-Kalispell-Columbia Falls “town” areas — and even there, you should expect longer than average wait times, especially at odd hours. In most areas of Glacier National Park you likely won’t have enough cell service to order a driver, and even if you do, there’s no guarantee one will be willing to drive so far from “town” to pick you up. So, while it’s possible to use Uber/Lyft in our area, we definitely recommend using them for airport and town needs, and making shuttle reservations to travel to Glacier.

Glacier National Park Car Rentals – Off Airport
Advice – Call the Local Number Directly!

Dollar   

 Enterprise

Thrifty

Glacier National Park Car Rentals – At Airport Terminal
Call the Local Number Directly!

Avis

Budget

Hertz   

National / Alamo 

  • 406-257-7144 (local)
  • 1-800-227-7368 (National – toll free)
  • 1-800-227-7368 (National – toll free)
  • 1-800-462-5266 (Alamo – toll free)
  • www.alamo.com
  • www.nationalcar.com

Other Modes of Glacier National Park Transportation:


Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Rentals: We have e-bikes, bikes, rafts, inflatable kayaks/duckies, stand up paddleboards/SUPs, and more available for daily rental. You can ride from our office into Glacier National Park – we are located on the Gateway to Glacier Bike Path.

Don’t Forget About The Train!

Amtrak’s Empire Builder The Empire Builder makes stops in Whitefish, West Glacier, Essex, and East Glacier. Visit their website for details.