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Snowshoe In Glacier National Park

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Snowshoe in Glacier National Park with guides that will teach you the history and wonders of winter in Glacier National Park. This tour is Available every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday (Jan-March) and is a family friendly outing for all ages. Even in the chill of winter, Glacier National Park is alive with green forests and resilient wildlife.

Your journey begins at the Lake McDonald Lodge parking area, near the Sperry Trailhead (Saturday's meeting location may vary). Your friendly Glacier Institute staff will guide you as you slip on snowshoes and venture to the trailhead, offering fascinating insights into snow science and the remarkable adaptations of the animals in winter. Keep an eye out for tracks and listen to stories of indigenous people who call this place home.

After a 2-4 mile roundtrip snowshoe we'll gather back at the starting point for a well-deserved cup of hot chocolate. By the end of the program, you'll have a newfound appreciation for the winters in Glacier Park and the history of this beautiful place.

What's Included

Expert Guide
Education on Wildlife, & Winter In Glacier
Park Entry Fee (purchase on your own as you arrive)
Optional Gratuities

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this tour suitable for children and families?
Absolutely! This tour is designed for all ages with the understanding that participants will need to be able to walk at least a couple of miles. Families are welcome, and children can have a fantastic time exploring the winter wonderland. Guides will adapt the tour as best as possible to the group dynamics.
Do I need experience snowshoeing to be able to join?
No prior snowshoeing experience is required. Our program is suitable for all skill levels, from beginners to experienced snowshoers. Our guides will provide instruction, and we'll ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience.
What should I wear for the snowshoe in Glacier?
Dress in warm, layered clothing suitable for cold weather. Don't forget waterproof boots and warm socks. We recommend bringing gloves, a hat, and sunglasses, as well as any personal winter gear to stay extra warm. We'll provide snowshoes and you can feel free to bring poles if you'd like them.
How long does the tour last?
The tour is 3-hours long, beginning at 9AM and concluding at 12PM.

Quick Facts

Glacier Park

3h 00min

There is no minimum age to participate in this tour.



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