Glacier National Park

Known as the Crown of the Continent and more loving known by locals as "Our Backyard", Glacier National Park is everything you want it to be. Glacier fed lakes, rugged mountain peaks, and with over 700 miles of hiking trails you won't be disappointed by this national treasure located just 35 minutes from Whitefish.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is located just 35 minutes from Whitefish and is a true national treasure drawing visitors from all over the world. Endless camping, hiking, exploring, fishing, wild life of all kinds and huckleberry everything! While staying with us, we highly recommend you visit the park to see what it has to offer. It really is magical! As a reminder, it has been officially announced that Glacier National Park will be implementing a ticketed entry system. Here are some the details: Visitors to Glacier National Park must purchase the tickets in advance, and in addition to the regular Park Pass. Tickets will be available at GTSR entry reservation tickets will not be sold at the park, and are only available online at Visitors will still be able to pay per vehicle entrance fees at the park. A GTSR entry reservation ticket does not guarantee a parking space. Parking will continue to be in demand at popular locations such as Avalanche, Logan Pass and St. Mary Falls areas.

Glacier Park Express

This is a great new service that creates easy access to Glacier National Park from town and for getting up to visit the ski resort in both winter and summer. Pick-up locations all over town for easy access. Check out the schedule for times and locations, fun way to travel to the park!

Hiking Glacier

Deciding which trails to hike in Glacier can be tricky and filled with questions! Let us help! View our favorite website for trail information. You can view trails in alphabetical order, by location in the park, difficulty ranking, trail features, or by popularity.

Historic Red Bus Tours

Take an unforgettable trip through Glacier on one of these historic 1930`s Red Buses! The jammers (drivers) are full of fun stories and facts about Glacier. The Famous Red Buses have the nickname of being the "Rubies of the Rockies"!

Take a Boat Tour in Glacier!

Viewing Glacier from the water is an incredible experience. Take a relaxing boat cruise with amazing views of Lake McDonald, St. Mary Lake, Many Glacier or Two Medicine. Glacier Park Boat Company even offers guided hiking trips with some of their boat cruises! Or, for a more intimate experience - they also rent personal watercraft`s like a rowboat, motorboat or double kayaks!

Fly Fishing

Fish the Middle fork of Flathead River. Choose a half day, full day or even multiple days out fishing with the best guides! Good for beginners all the way to advanced fisherfolk! Get on the water and test your casting skills!

Horseback Riding

Experience Glacier on Horseback!