Great Glacier AdventurePlease, note! This tour offer has expired. For similar tour offers currently available search here.
Tour Duration: 7 day(s)
Group Size: 6 - 15 people
Specialty Categories: National Parks Hiking & Trekking
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 995 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 995 US Dollar (USD)
- Tour Date: Aug 18-24
- Accommodations: Sleeper coach and Tent Camping.
Day 1: Depart Spokane Washington 2PM. We start this fantastic trip by picking up you and your fellow Adventurers in Spokane WA. We'll prep you for your adventure and then enjoy a comfortable journey to Glacier National Park.
Day 2: Avalanche Creek and the Trail of Cedars. Hike to an amazing alpine lake surrounded by snowcapped peaks and steaming waterfalls. The trail first begins with the towering Trail of Cedars and then follows the beautiful Avalanche Creek to Avalanche Lake. In the late afternoon, relax on the shores of beautiful Lake McDonald, rent a kayak, or visit the shops at Apgar Village. We'll enjoy a cookout and campfire tonight, and perhaps a local favorite: Huckleberry Ice Cream!
Day 3: Rafting and travel to the East Glacier. Spend the morning rafting on the Flathead River or kayaking on Lake McDonald. In the afternoon we'll travel to the East Side of the Park with a stop at the quaint town of East Glacier and some stunning scenic overlooks.
Day 4: Logan Pass. Logan Pass is the Heart of Glacier National Park. Situated right on the Continental Divide, this area offers great hiking and wild life viewing opportunities. Hike to scenic Hidden Lake Overlook, or part of the famous Highline Trail. Keep an eye out for mountain goats, big horn sheep, hoary marmots and maybe even a grizzly!
Day 5: St Mary's Valley. Hike along St. Mary's Lake, through thick forests and past cascading creeks to St Mary's and Virginia Falls. Or take a scenic boat ride/hiking combo tour to the same spot. Either way, you'll love these astonishing views of the mountain peaks, waterfalls, and greenish blue lakes!
Day 6: Many Glaciers. Nicknamed Little Switzerland, the Many Glaciers area gives us yet another chance to experience snowcapped peaks, pristine lakes, and beautiful alpine meadows. Hike the Swiftcurrent Nature Trail, or for a bigger challenge, try hiking to Josephine or Grinnell Lakes. We also recommend the scenic horseback ride, or renting a kayak for an hour or two, or relaxing on the Lodge porch!
Day 7: Return to Spokane between 10-12 noon.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- No Single Supplement
- Does not include 6% state tax
- Covers 70% of meals, all camping and park entrance fees.