For a real wilderness adventure, spend a few days, a week or even longer touring the high country. Since there are no huts or winter accommodations in Glacier National Park we normally build igloos and snow caves (you won’t believe how comfortable they are!) for warmth. But, if you prefer, we’ll pitch tents. Often, the weather is nice enough to sleep under the stars. The more time you have, the further we can go. Best of all, we usually won’t see another human being.
Meals Included: Three complete and nutritious meals a day are provided by your guide.
What to Bring: Call for a complete clothing and gear list. Some camping equipment is available to rent by the day. If you’re from out of the area, we can also arrange local lodging for before and following your trip.
What to Expect: Come prepared to carry your own clothing, sleeping bag and personal gear in a moderately weighted pack. We’ll travel to a backcountry base camp, and from there, day-tour, view the scenery or Telemark ski steeper terrain nearby.
Pricing varies by the number of people in the party and the durations of the trip.