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Glacier Adventure Guides

Guided Tours of Glacier National Park

Glacier Adventure Guides is the premier adventure guide service for Glacier National Park in winter. Winter tours include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and winter camping. Also offering custom climbing day tours and backpacking tours all year round in Kootenai National Forest.

On the home stretch after a full day of snowshoeing. – Devin Schmit

More About this Guided Adventure: Many tours are out-and-backs and are great for travelers of all ages. Terrain is beginner-friendly and takes travelers past soaring peaks, roaring waterfalls and old-growth forests. Interpretive guides regale guests with local history and information about the area. Guides will drive guests to and from the trailhead from our office in Columbia Falls. Tours begin at 9 a.m. and usually wrap up around 4 p.m. Because all offered trips are private, they can be long or short, easy or difficult, depending on guest preference. Drive times to the trailhead are five to 90 minutes depending on destination.
Appropriate Ages for Participants: Ages 7 & up
Fees: Trip costs cover:

Transportation from our office to the trailhead
Equipment rental
Park entry fees

Half-day rates: **Half day rates are for specific hiking and ice climbing tours only

  • $110/person for two or more participants
  • $225/person for solo tours

Day rates:

  • $180/person for two or more participants
  • $350/person for solo tours

Large group rates: (groups of eight or more)

  • $162/person, shuttle fees included

Overnight rates: (includes all meals and camping gear rental)

  • $255/day/person for two or more participants
  • $450/day/person for solo tours

Types of Trips Offered: WINTER: Snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice climbing, winter camping. SUMMER: Hiking, backpacking, rock climbing. YEAR-ROUND: Scenic driving tours
Some Guest Comments: "Highly recommend! We did two days of snowshoeing in Glacier National Park and each one was pretty special. We saw just a few other groups of snowshoers and cross country skiers; it was almost like having the park to ourselves." -Amy, via

"What an amazing day!!! I was fortunate to have the owner Greg Fortin as my guide. With Greg's help, I saw the Lake McDonald area this morning, went to view the Continental Divide, had lunch on a gravel bar in the middle of the Flathead River, and spent the entire afternoon hiking and snowshoeing in Glacier Natl Park, just about 20 miles from the Continental Divide. Perfect!" -Mary, via
Certifications and Memberships: Guides are certified in avalanche safety, outdoor first aid and CPR, as well as mountain travel and rescue. Most have been guiding in our area for more than ten years.

Greg Fortin, owner of Glacier Adventure Guides, has more than two decades of guiding experience and is a National Ski Patrol avalanche instructor, CPR instructor, and certified in outdoor emergency care

Climbing guide Devin Schmit is a certified single-pitch instructor through the American Mountain Guides Association.