About the Glacier
National Park Tours
Native American Cultural Tours
Comfortable Seating/Air Conditioning 13 - 25 Passenger Coaches Daily/Private/Group Tours
Tour Season: May 15th through September 30th.
Reservations: (800) 786-9220 (406) 732-9220
We offer Daily Interpretive Tours in a VERY COMFORTABLE RIDE: soft seats, arm rests, legroom, heating/air-conditioned large windows (25 passenger Coaches and 13 Passenger Mini Coaches). Handicap accessible coaches are available.
East side Tours depart from various locations in East Glacier or Browning and from the St Mary valley area campgrounds, St. Mary Visitor Center and St. Mary Lodge. See pickup location/times/pricing below:
Special discount packages are available for private Groups/Tour Bus Groups. We will also custom fit to your itinerary.
East Side Tours: Our tours depart daily from East Glacier, Browning, and St Mary, touring over highway #49 (from East Glacier only) and the Going-to-the-Sun road. We travel across the Continental Divide, to the west side of the Garden Wall, on down to Big Bend, and Weeping Wall and then back to the starting point. The scenic Tour takes advantage of many photo opportunities and convenient rest stops. Stops can include: Blackfeet Bison Reserve and Historical Markers, Jackson Glacier, Logan Pass, and Valley Overlook.
Izaak Walton Inn, Essex - departs at 7:30 AM and returns at 4:30 PM - Cost is $100.00 per person.
East Glacier - departs at 8:00 AM and returns at 3:30 PM. - Cost is $85 per person.
Browning - departs at 8:30 AM and returns at 2:00 PM– Cost $85 per person.
St Mary - departs at 9:15 AM and returns between 12:30 and 1:00 PM. - Cost is $45 per person. Children’s prices – all locations: 5 and under ride free, 6 to 12 $45.
West Side Tour:
Tour departures from the West Glacier area at the Apgar Visitor Center.
The cost is $50.00 per person ; children 5 & under Free; 6 – 12 $30.00.
All Tours depart from the Apgar Visitor Center at 9:00AM and return at 1:00PM.
Tours travel to the top of Logan Pass Visitor Center (with photo stops at Upper McDonald Falls, the Loop, Big Bend, Logan Pass and return).
What to pack for your tour of Glacier National Park
The weather in Glacier National Park changes rapidly and can vary greatly by elevation and snow is possible year-round so please bring plenty of layers if you plan to hike. You'll want to be prepared for anything from snow and rain storms to sunny warm weather. In addition to your typical active vacation attire, please be sure you bring:
*NOTE: Bear spray is considered a weapon and cannot be brought onto commercial flights. Bear spray is available at many locations near and in Glacier National Park.
Price does not include lunch or entrance fee to Glacier National Park.
*Option of paying the entrance fee to the Museum of the Plains Indian on the full day tour.