Montana Family | Glacier National Park Itinerary
(Host City: Kalispell, MT (FCA))
Day 1: Whitefish/ Two Medicine Lake
Day 2: Goat Lick Crossing/ Hidden Lake/ Lake McDonald
Day 3: Going to the Sun Road/ Mountain Majesty Tour
Day 4: Avalanche Lake Hike/ Flathead River Raft
Day 5: Flathead Valley Bike/ Whitefish lake
Day 6: Big Mountain/ Whitefish/ Kalispell
Quotes From the Field:
"Best family trip ever! Our son was in tears over having to leave hsi new friends. The hardest part isn't going home - it's how to pick which ALA trip to book next!"
Julie Halverson - Oak Creek, WI
Glacier Park Vacations & Tours
From glaciers to grizzlies to two-mile-high mountains...Glacier has it all
In Northwestern Montana, where the American and Canadian Rockies shake hands, Glacier National Park’s pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains and spectacular lakes offer an ideal haven for family fun.
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- Learn the legend of the female Blackfeet Indian warrior for which the beautiful Running Eagle Falls were named
- Cool off with a swim in Lower Two Medicine Lake beneath the towering façade of Rising Wolf Mountain
- Ride the Red Jammer Bus along the world-famous Going-to-the-Sun Road
- Fish the pristine waters of Avalanche Lake, keeping an eye out for mountain goats, big horn sheep and deer
- Step into the set of A River Runs Through It as you raft the unspoiled waters of the Flathead River
- Bike secluded backcountry trails in Flathead Valley
- Try your hand at paddle boarding on Whitefish Lake and soak up Glacier National Park's grand scenery on a gondola ride down Whitefish Mountain
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6 days/5 nightsNight 1: Glacier Park Lodge
Built in 1912, the lodge is nestled in East Glacier at the foot of Dancing Lady Mountain. With an outdoor swimming pool, day spa, lounge and fine dining restaurant, this property is an exception to the common “basic needs only” national park properties.Night 2-3: Lake McDonald Lodge
Lake McDonald Lodge is a three-and-one-half-story structure built on the eastern shore of glaciated, picturesque Lake McDonald. In keeping in the era in which all of the rooms were built, they offer guests modest amenities and old-world style accommodations resulting in a one-of-a kind, National Park lodging experience.
Nights 4 & 5: Grouse Mountain Lodge
Treat yourself to the premier choice in Montana lodging at Grouse Mountain Lodge. Inside, you're surrounded by the rustic luxury of an upscale western Montana lodge. Guest rooms combine warmth and appeal with design and spaciousness to provide that pampered feeling.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go…
1. Going-to-the-Sun Road: This iconic stretch of highway spans 50 miles through Glacier park, around (and through) mountainsides and over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass.
2. Junior Ranger Program: Kids 12 and under can complete at least five activities in their Glacier NP activity book to become junior rangers.
3. Rising Wolf Mountain: Rising Wolf Mountain's name comes from the Blakfeet Indian's name for the mountain, "Mahkuyi-opuahsinI
" - which translates to "the way the wolf gets up."
4. The wildlife: Glacier is the only place in the continental U.S. that still has all of the predators that were present when Europeans first arrived in North America.