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Glacier Park has two historic chalets that are available for hikers. Granite Park Chalet has a more rustic appeal and Sperry Chalet, which suffered devastating damage during the fires of 2017, will be offline indefinitely. The National Park Service will decide this spring an approximate date to expect repairs to be completed. Advance reservations are necessary to stay at Granite Park Chalet but you can stop by if you are hiking the loop trail and purchase refreshments and light snacks. Glacier Wilderness Guides offer guided hikes in the Park and guided fishing.
Glacier National Park and Waterton National Park, in Alberta Canada, enjoy a sister-relationship as a World Heritage Site and an UNESCO International Peace Park. For more information and some things you won't want to miss, check out this website and read about the full history of both parks, including the unique relationship and shared boundaries.
A vacation to Montana would not be complete without horseback riding. Native owned and operated Wounded Bear Trail Rides offers spectacular tours of Eastern and Many Glacier area. All levels of experience welcome.
Phone : (406) 450 - 5739 or (406) 732 - 9270
Guided bus tours of the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road are a perfect way for any one to see Glacier Park. Ride in the historic jammer Red Bus tours, or enjoy a comfy ride (AC and nice seats) with Native American perspective on Sun Tours.
Red Bus Tours: 1-855-733-4522
Sun Tours: 1-800-786-9220
The Museum of the Plains Indian was founded in 1941 and displays richly varied arts of Northern Plains Tribal peoples including the Blackfeet, Crow, Northern Cheyenne, Sioux, Assiniboine, Arapaho, Shoshone, Nez Perce, Flathead, Chippewa, and Cree. Their historic clothing, horse gear, weapons, household implements, baby carriers, and toys highlight the exhibits.Located in Browning at junction of US highway 2 and 89 West.
The massive East Glacier Lodge is constructed of 60 timbers, an awe-inspiring entrance to Glacier National Park.
Boat Tours offer something for everyone. Experience the awesome majesty of the park on a scenic boat tour with Glacier Park Boat Co. Step onto one of their historic boats and glide across beautiful alpine lakes nestled among majestic peaks. The skilled crew provides commentary on all of the lake cruises. They also offer small boat rentals for those who wish to chart their own course. Tours available on Swiftcurrent Lake, Lake Josephine, Upper St. Mary Lake, Lake McDonald and Two Medicine Lake.