Welcome to Glacier Adventure Guides –the only year-round guide and travel service for Glacier National Park.

Along with our expertly guided adventure tours, we also offer skill classes and travel services to help you get the most out of your trip to the Glacier National Park area.

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We are your local experts, like those guys you know up in Glacier Park. Those igloo-dwelling, exposure-seeking powder hounds who just want to get you psyched. We know the best areas, the best lines and the best conditions for your skill and motivation. We prioritize safety, fun, adaptability, conservation, and education in the outdoors through genuinely local experiences.

Let us guide you through our vast, pristine wilderness in a way few are able to experience it. For more than 20 years we’ve provided opportunities for visitors to experience the beauty of our area through sport. Book your trip today and turn your vacation into an unforgettable adventure!

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Two-Wheeled and Wild!

Cruise the the groomed single track on Lion Mountain.

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Rock On!

Get out and test your mettle on our local crags

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Hikes that inspire

We’ll get you far from the crowds and into the wilderness.



Meet Our Guides

Take a look into the lives of the people who will be keeping yours safe.

Our Company Mission
Making your vacation an unforgettable adventure.
The Glacier Adventure Guides Philosophy
Our Promise
Montana summers are known for long days, cool nights and more recreational opportunities than any other season. July and August temperatures are around 80 degrees during the day and 50 degrees at night. Wild edible plants abound, animals are stirring and the water is actually warm enough to swim in! We are permitted to guide more than 2.5 million wild acres filled with streams, lakes, mountains and cliffs, a wild playground that you’re sure to enjoy.
Nothing can describe Glacier’s desolate beauty when the snow returns and the summer crowds disappear. Absolute freedom awaits those bold enough to explore the Park on skis or snowshoes in the dead of winter. Explore wintery old growth forests, build an igloo on a frozen alpine lake and ski some of the most pristine powder anywhere on a winter tour. Our guides are extensively trained in avalanche safety and can take you way off the beaten path.