Scenic Driving Tours in Glacier National Park

Take a driving cruise through the Glacier Park area with an interpretive guide.

For those interested in seeing Glacier in winter without the exertion of walking on snow, these tours are for you. New for 2018, Glacier Adventure Guides offers guided, interpretive driving tours that will take you down roads less traveled.

I would recommend their services whether it is just for a day of snowshoeing or for a backcountry excursion. They also do trips in the other seasons as well. They were pleasant and easy to deal with from the first phone call to when they dropped us off. –Shannon, via tripadvisor.com

Mt. St. Nicholas as viewed from Hwy. 2 on a glorious, sunny mid-winter day.

Guides will meet you at your hotel with transportation, lunches and hot drinks. Tours will generally last all day, with ample opportunities to stop for photos, views or short walks. Our bus accommodates groups of up to 12.

Tours will take you past many scenic points, including:

  • North Fork of the Flathead River

  • Historic Blankenship Bridge

  • Lake McDonald and Lake McDonald Lodge

  • Going-to-the-Sun Road

ITINERARY:

  • Day trips: Meet at your lodging at 9 a.m., where we will begin the drive. Full day tour, return to your hotel around 4 p.m.

PLEASE BRING

  • Warm jacket, hat, snacks, water, camera

Glacier Adventure Guides leads driving tours to the west and east sides of Glacier National Park, depending on conditions.

Columbia Falls is located in northwest Montana and is known as “The Gateway to Glacier.”

The town is also a short drive from the North Fork of the Flathead River, and is surrounded by the Whitefish, Livingston and Swan mountain ranges and several national and state forests. While small, it’s a prime destination for skiing, hiking and camping, with enough amenities to keep you more than comfortable.

Drive times to Columbia Falls:

Glacier International Airport (FCA): 15 min.
Whitefish Train Depot: 20 min.
Whitefish Mtn. Resort: 35 min.

Hotels: We encourage you to check out the historic Izaak Walton Inn, located in beautiful Essex, Montana. Tucked away in the forest, the Inn offers trails right from the hotel, a full restaurant and bar, hot tub and private suites.

Cost includes:

Guide(s)

Transportation

Does not include:

Hotel costs before, during, or after the trips

Guide Gratuity

Ready to book? You have the option to either call and book via phone or through our secure Online Reservation System.

Need more information? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Free inquiries can be made by calling us at 877-735-9514 or emailing Greg Fortin, owner and lead guide.

All participants must read and sign an Assumption of Risks/Liability Waiver, fill out our Guide Questionnaire and agree to our Reservations and Cancellations Policies.