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Mountain goats at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park Photo © iStock / stellalevi  <  || >
Floating and fly-fishing on the wild and scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Photo © Brian Schott  <  || >
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Winter Tours with Glacier Adventure Guides
Custom Winter Tours of Glacier National Park

Whether you're an experienced winter traveler or a novice, Glacier Adventure Guides will lead you on a custom winter tour you'll never forget. See huge snowy peaks, waterfalls and wildlife on a ski or snowshoe tour through Glacier National Park.

Snowshoeing along the banks of McDonald Creek on a snowy December Morning.
Cruising the fast snow at Autumn Creek on the Rocky Mountain Front in fast spring conditions.
Skiing home on the Sun Road on a warm March afternoon.
Enjoying a ski around McGhee meadows and the Camas Road in December.
Swans in the reflection of Apgar Mountain on a pristine morning in Glacier.
On the home stretch after a chilly snowshoe tour in January.
Crossing McDonald Creek on a midday ski tour.
Moonrise over Mt. Brown, viewed from the McDonald Creek horse bridge.
Crossing the suspension bridge over Ole Creek on a tour from Walton Ranger Station.
Having some fun in the deep snow around McGhee Meadows.
A big goat looks on from his perch high on Mt. Cannon.
More About this Guided Adventure

Glacier Adventure Guides will cater to your ability and fitness levels. These tours through Glacier National Park are great for families, couples and photographers. See the Park in a way few ever do, without the crowds and in the frozen beauty of winter.

Types of Trips Offered

Snowshoeing Day Tours
Cross Country Skiing Day Tours
Winter Camping

Appropriate Ages for Participants

Best for travelers ages 6-80.

Skill Level Required

No specific skills are required for snowshoe tours, aside from a sufficient level of aerobic fitness.


Day tours:

  • $180 per person for two or more people
  • $350 per person solo

Overnight tours:

  • $225 per person for two or more people
  • $450 per person solo

Trip fees include guide, gear rental, transportation from our office, and lunch.

Shuttle services to our office are available for a fee.

Certifications and Memberships
  • Interpretive Guides Association Member
  • American Mountain Guides Association affiliate
  • Wilderness First Aid certified guides
  • Avalanche Safety certified through National Ski Patrol
  • Mountain Travel and Rescue certified through National Ski Patrol
Child Friendly
More Information

From Whitefish, take Hwy 40 east to Hwy 2. Continue into Columbia Falls and turn north onto Nucleus Ave. Drive 200 ft and take a right to the parking lot behind the Cosley Building and Three Forks Grille.

Latitude: 48.998531000
Longitude: -114.460394000
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Whitefish Convention & Visitors Bureau

Visitor Information:

307 Spokane Ave., Whitefish, MT 59937

tel: 877-862-3548


Administration Office:

231 First St. Ste G, Whitefish, MT 59937

tel: 406-862-3390

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