OTHER OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
Other Things to Do In & Around Glacier National Park
Explore Glacier and the Flathead Valley with guided tours and excursions into some of the most beautiful parts of this region.
You'll find outdoor adventures that will always stay with you in any season!
HORSEBACK RIDING WITH SNOWY SPRINGS OUTFITTERS
Join Snowy Springs Outfitters for a half-day or full-day trail ride into the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Ride in rain or shine for an authentic Montana experience. Reservations required. All levels of riders are welcome. Minimum age of 6 years old.
Trail rides available daily from Mid-May to August 31. Inquire with Snowy Springs Guides about potential transportation from the Izaak Walton Inn to their location.
**It's recommended that guests bring a variety of clothing layers, snacks, and good closed-toed shoes.
For more information or to book your horseback riding adventure, please contact Snowy Springs Outfitters at 406‑226-9225 or visit them on the web at snowysprings.com
WILD RIVER ADVENTURES
Get wet, wild, and scenic on an adventure trip down two of the most untamed rivers in Montana, the Middle and North Fork of the Flathead River.
These scenic rivers form the southern and western borders of Glacier National Park. The glacial-melt waters rank as some of the cleanest rivers in the world.
Trips to choose from:
For more information or to book your rafting adventure please contact Wild River Adventures at 1-800-700-7056 or visit http://www.riverwild.com/
Take an exhilarating zipline canopy tour just west of Glacier National Park with spectacular views of the Flathead River, Great Northern Railway, and the Badrock Canyon. Glacier Ziplines is within a scenic 35-minute drive from the Izaak Walton Inn.
Glacier Ziplines offers an 8 Zipline Canopy Tour plus a lowering zipline. No hiking required! Once you've completed the full tour you'll have ziplined down about a mile of cable.
For more information or to book your zipline tour please contact Glacier Ziplines at 406‑888‑5700 or visit them at www.glacier-ziplines.com
Treat yourself to a trip to beautiful Lake McDonald and Apgar Village. There you'll find Eddie’s Cafe and Mercantile, where you can get a great meal, find a souvenir, or stock up on supplies.
MONTANA FISHING TRIPS
Get your waders on or take a guided fly fishing float in Montana, home to some of the best fly fishing creeks, rivers, and lakes on the planet. Whether you're a seasoned fisherman or a novice in need of instruction, you can plan the perfect fishing trip.
Half-day and full-day fishing trips available.
Contact Wild River at 1-800-700-7056 or visit http://www.riverwild.com/ for more information or to book your fishing trip.
GLACIER PARK'S RED BUS TOURS
Experience the wonder of Glacier National Park and learn its history on the fun, famous, and iconic Red Bus Jammer Tours. Start from Apgar Village, the West Entrance of the Park, the East Entrance of the Park, and several other locations in and around Glacier National Park.
For more information or to book your Red Bus Tour please contact Glacier National Park Red Bus Tours at 1-800-299-0396 or visit https://secure.glaciernationalparklodges.com/redbustours
Enjoy a guided Cross Country Ski or Snowshoe Tour through Glacier National Park. Beginner to Advanced trips available. One Person: $350; Two or more people $175/person.
Not staying with us but want to visit? Enjoy a guided Driving & Snow Shoe Tour around Glacier with a pit stop at the Izaak Walton Inn! Cost: One Person: $350/day; Two or more people $175/person/day.
Call 406-885-7882 or visit their website at http://www.tourglacier.com/
Glacier Adventure Guides
Looking to explore in and out of the park? Glacier Adventure Guides not only does guided Cross Country Ski Tours in West Glacier & Two Medicine, they also offer Snowshoe Tours at Marias Pass.
For more information contact them at (877) 735-9514 or visit their website at https://www.glacieradventureguides.com/
Looking to experience a hybrid of a snowmobile-motorcycle? Consider SnowBike Nation, hosting Single to Five Day excursions in the Flathead Valley.
Call 406-209-8459 or visit the website at https://www.snowbikenation.com/