Since 1987, Glacier Guides and Montana Raft has guided whitewater rafting and scenic float trips on the Flathead River, bordering Glacier National Park. The North and Middle Forks of the Flathead form Glacier’s stunning southwestern border. Overnight rafting trips afford a unique opportunity to nearly everyone — ages three and up! — to gaze at the beauty of Glacier National Park, and sleep under it’s dark, star studded skies, without having to hike or carry a pack. From young families to retirees, and everyone in between, multi-day raft trips mean FUN!
Extended trips all end in the West Glacier area with the longest trips starting farthest upriver. An average day’s float is 15 miles of spectacular scenery, with most of the whitewater — if any — coming in the last day. These trips use the North Fork of the Flathead River during late summer, and the Middle Fork in early and mid summer.
As a member of Rafting America, we are committed to providing the best white water rafting trips in the Americas, and particularly in Glacier National Park. Mountain Photography takes photos of all whitewater trips (mid-June through Labor Day) and they are sold separately in our main office.
Wetsuits and River Shoes are Always Free!