Why Hire a Guide?

Our guides know where to find the best conditions, the best terrain and the best views. We cater to your skill level and guarantee a smooth, informative and genuinely local adventure.  Many of our guides are trained in advanced first aid, avalanche awareness and mountain travel & rescue. Whatever your trip, our trained professionals will prioritize your safety and fun.

Greg Fortin
Greg FortinOwner & Lead Guide
Greg has nearly two decades of experience in all aspects of mountain travel including skiing, snow shoeing, rock climbing and mountaineering.  Greg’s passion for the park and its remote, out-of-the way places shows when he speaks about his adventures. He is an avalanche educator through National Ski Patrol, a certified Interpretive Guide, and has many more outdoor certifications.

Our Guides

 Dan'l Moore
Dan'l MooreWinter Guide

Big-bearded and warmhearted, Dan’l brings a lifetime of backcountry wisdom to the Glacier Adventure Guides team.  Dan’l guides and travels in the park throughout the year, and has a vast knowledge of every aspect of this amazing area. He is an avalanche instructor and a mountain travel and rescue instructor through the National Ski Patrol.

 Rusty Wells
Rusty WellsWinter Guide

Rusty is a 20-year veteran of the National Ski Patrol and an Instructor of Outdoor Emergency,  Avalanche safety and Winter Mountaineering. For 11 years he  taught mountaineering courses at the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), where he led trips in Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Alaska.  He spends his summers as a fly-fishing guide and working in a fly-fishing shop. Rusty is a watercolor artist and loves sleeping in an igloo.

Devin Schmit
Devin SchmitGuide, Marketing Manager
Devin has been climbing, biking and backcountry skiing in and around Glacier for more than 15 years. His alpine endeavors in Glacier Park began in high school, when he climbed and skied Mt. Siyeh in winter.  After graduating from UM in 2012,  he began working for Glacier Adventure Guides as a backcountry ski guide. He is Avalanche II certified through National Ski Patrol, is a Wilderness First Responder and a Single-Pitch Rock Climbing Instructor through the American Mountain Guides Association.

Brian Johnson
Brian JohnsonWinter Guide

“BJ” Brian Johnson spends a majority of his life on the water as a sea kayak guide and in the back country. BJ’s love for Mother Nature and his smile is contagious! He has over ten years experience with Flathead County Search & Rescue. He is Avalanche II certified, a Wilderness First Responder, Master Diver and Swiftwater Rescue Technician.

Joli Johnson
Joli JohnsonWinter Guide

Joli Johnson is a Montana native and grew up on the waters of the Gallatin Valley outside Bozeman. She has an inherent love for people and spends her life reflecting on Mother Nature through her artwork. When not creating she spends her time guiding behind a kayak paddle. Joli is also a member of Flathead County Search & Rescue and is Avalanche I certified.