Explore Montana's Glacier National Park
Visit: Outback Mobile Home Settlement, Packers Roost, Red Rock Point, Packers Roost, Cameron (historical), Outback Mobile Home Settlement
Tour Type: Small Group
Activity: Walking Tour
- Raft down the Flathead River, along the southern boundary of Glacier National Park, and stop to swim, skip stones, and eat lunch at a bend called the Devils Elbow.
- With your naturalist guides, trace the geological history of the park from ancient seabeds to crashing tectonic plates and glaciers.
- Walk flower-studded hillsides beneath Mt. Wilbur, surrounded by creamy white tufts of bear grass, the magenta spikes of fire weed, balsamroot, monkey flowers, and much more.
Product Code: 87525
Tour Type: Small Group
Guide Language: Engligh
Travel Styles: Seniors (55+)
Starts: Outback Mobile Home Settlement, United States
Finishes: Outback Mobile Home Settlement, United States
Duration: 6 days
Physical rating: Basic
- Enjoy 24/7 expert guides
- Premium accommodations
- Delicious meals
- Effortless transportation, and local wine or beer with dinner
- Rest assured that every trip detail has been anticipated so you’re free to enjoy an adventure that exceeds your expectations
Price person (sharing double) $3,798 ($633/day)
$350 per person for bookings made 90 days or more prior to departure
Full Amount for bookings made less than 90 days prior to departure
Cancellation: Super Strict
Price does not include airfare (to the Trip start & from the end location)
Trip Price generally includes accommodation, transport/transfer, activities, services of a professional guide & more. (Please refer to the include/excludes section for details)
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Wladovich Savannah, GA
I had either fallen back or gotten ahead, having temporarily lost interest in our bubbly guide’s enthusiastic commentary on this or that mountainside bloom. It’s not that I don’t enjoy flowers. I do. But flowers abound everywhere along the “garden wall” of the Highline Trail; there were plenty of flowers even at the Home Depot back home. It was the quiet of the mountainside trail which I treasured and which had drawn me to this walking tour of Glacier. I found the quiet I sought on the Highline Trail. Snow melt was trickling across fragments of sedimentary rock strewn across the path. The rocks held different colors, subdued earthen colors, and the water sparkled and gleamed as it flowed. I stopped to listen. The icy water percolated over the rocky trail. A bird chirped in a nearby spruce. There were no roads, no hikers, no airplanes... no blasted cell phones. I began walking again and my boot steps were the loudest sound. I smiled to realize that the curious Columbia ground squirrels could hear me for miles. I stopped again and sat awhile, leaning against a boulder. As I fingered a rectangular piece of greenish, shiny rock, losing my thoughts in the sheen and smoothness of it, a nanny goat with her kid strolled by me as pretty as you please. I could have reached out and touched her with my walking stick. She startled me. My blasted cell phone (with camera) was buried in my trouser pocket and I dared not retrieve it or risk startling the goats who seemed to have adopted a b
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