Family Friendly Rafting in Glacier National Park
So many of our guides at Glacier Guides and Montana Raft grew up on Glacier National Park’s borders as kids, or visited on their summer vacations. These days, we’re amazed by how many of our guides have kids – and grandkids! In our collective experience, there’s nothing quite like family friendly rafting in Glacier. And we have a lot of experience in this department.
Since 1987, family friendly rafting trips in Glacier National Park are our specialty. Working in conjunction with the Forest Service, our trips are on the North and Middle Forks of the Flathead River, a Wild and Scenic River. These forks form Glacier’s southwestern borders, and offer intimate glimpses into the park’s interior from the comfort of the boat. Whether you’re looking for a little whitewater or a scenic float, we’d love to take you out! And if you’re up for a camping adventure, we highly recommend overnight rafting trips.
Family Friendly Rafting In Glacier – Age Limits
Minimum ages for children will depend on the flow of the river, but generally speaking, there is a rafting trip for every age and ability between 3 and 103! We do have a minimum age of 5 for our whitewater trips and 3 for our scenic floats in Glacier. These minimums may be higher if the river levels are higher, as they often are in the early summer. Be sure to call the office to inquire: 406-387-5555