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USA – Montana Glacier National Park Sun Road Llama Trek
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Glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border, with over 1 million acres of towering, jagged peaks, cascading waterfalls, wild meadows, and sparkling waters, plus wildlife watching and recreation opportunities, it is, quite simply, the vacation of a lifetime. A great place for photography. Check off your bucket list by exploring the amazing Glacier National Park.
The Going-to-the-Sun Road—an engineering marvel and National Historic Landmark—takes visitors through the heart of the park over Logan Pass and is one of the most scenic drives in North America while exploring the area of Many Glacier, Two Medicine Lake, Lake McDonald and St Mary.
Sure you don’t want to miss out on a lunch and trekking date with our furry friend Llama in the Flathead National Forest 🙂
• Glacier National Park
• Going-to-the-Sun Road
• Logan Pass
• Flathead National Forest
• Many Glacier
• Two Medicine Lake
• Wild Horse Island
• St Mary Village
• West Glacier
• Llama trekking
• National park
• Scenic drives
• Going to Sun Road
6 Reasons To Book This Trip
1. Affordable Adventure – Traveling with a like-minded group is not only fun but also it’s cost-effective instead of traveling solo.
2. Forget About The Planning – We take care of permits, transportation, and logistics, so all you have to do is show up.
3. Shared Photos – At the end of every trip we will have a google photo album where we share our wonderful tour pictures. We can also share to this website and multiply the memories!
4. Make New Friends – On every trip you will meet new people, it’s a good opportunity to make friends for your life while enjoying the group event.
5. Group Leader – Event organizer will be there every step of the way, making sure that the trip goes as smoothly as possible.
6. Unforgettable Memories – All events are designed keeping in mind to have an unforgettable memory of your lifetime.
- Arrival: Day01 before 2 pm
- Return: Day05 anytime after 12 pm
Airport: Missoula International Airport (MSO)
- The group meets at the arrival airport or at the hotel on Day01.
- More details will be provided via group chat on WhatsApp
- Seat available till the booking is open!
- Balance due 2 months before the tour departure date!
* Minimum number of members requires for all group tour. Please confirm with the organizer before any flight booking!
Welcome to the ‘Big Sky Country’ – Montana. Today after check-in at the hotel, the adventure begins by heading to Flathead Lake, it is the largest natural freshwater lake by surface area that is west of the source of the Missouri River in the contiguous United States. Take a boat shuttle to Wild Horse Island, a landmark since the Kootenai Indians were reported to have used it to pasture horses to keep them from being stolen by other tribes.
The park is noted for its wildlife including bighorn sheep, mule deer, songbirds, waterfowl, bald eagles, and falcons, as well as five wild horses.
Evening free time.
- Wild horse Island
- Boat ride
- Overnight hotel near the airport
Today we start early and head out to Swan Mountain Ranch is a unique guest ranch facility located in Northwest Montana near Swan Lake.
You will enjoy the half-day trekking with Llama where the hiker can choose to lead or hike with their own llama, or hike without a llama
The half-day llama trek includes a moderate 2.3 mile (4.6-mile round-trip) hike to beautiful Bond Falls. After arriving at Bond Falls, guides will prepare a creekside lunch. On hot summer days, some guests take a dip in the refreshing swim-hole at Bond Falls! After enjoying the sights and sounds of Bond Falls and the respite of nature, hikers, llamas, and guides trek back to the trailhead, concluding the trip around 2:00 pm.
Afternoon we drive to St Mary/East Glaciers via Going to Sun Road, a 50-mile stretch from West Glaciers with unbelievable views. Enjoy a landscape of sparkling waterfalls, expansive virgin forests, sculpted valleys, and majestic peaks.
We will make multiple photo stops while enjoying this must-do scenic drive.
Logan Pass, Wild Goose Island Lookout, and many more.
Hidden Lake Overlook
Length 2.9 mi Elevation gain 567 ft Route type Out & back
St. Mary and Virginia Falls
Length 2.9 mi Elevation gain 452 ft Route type Out & back
- Llama trekking
- Scenic drive – Going to the Sun Road
- Walking & Hiking
- Overnight hotel near St Mary
Today we will explore Many Glacier is named for its “many glaciers” and is an enchanting valley full of wildlife, hiking, and spectacular scenery. The boat tour begins on the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake, it takes you across Swiftcurrent Lake, followed by a walk of 0.2 miles (over a steep hill) to the shores of Lake Josephine and board another boat. Cruise to the head of Lake Josephine a beautiful lake in the Many Glacier Area, known for its incredible sunrise views. We continue for the Grinnell Glacier hike.
Later evening make a stop for sunset at Glacier National Park’s hidden gem Two Medicine Lake.
Grinnell Glacier Trail
Length 7.5 mi Elevation gain 2,181 ft Route type Out & back
Rating: Moderate – Strenuous
Grinnell Glacier Trail
- Boat ride
- Overnight stay near St Mary
Today we start early and head to Logan pass which is also a start point for one of the best hikes in Glacier NP – ‘The Highline Trail’ definitely one of the highlights of the trip and also one of the bucket list hikes for any hiker.
Logan Pass to Granite Park Chalet
Length 14.9 mi Elevation gain 2,578 ft Route type Out & back
The Highline Trail is an extremely popular hike, and for good reason. At every step, and every turn, hikers will enjoy spectacular scenery as the Highline follows along the Continental Divide, also known as the Garden Wall throughout this section of Glacier National Park. The exceptionally beautiful views, the excellent opportunities for spotting wildlife, and the wildflowers, all combine to make this a hike you’ll remember the rest of your life.
Later afternoon we continue our scenic drive on sun road, stop by at Lake McDonald for sunset and boat tour.
Tranquil views of Glacier National Park’s west side await you on this scenic, hour-long boat tour.
The majesty of the Continental Divide and the tranquility of the emerald-hued lake are a must-see as you cruise along Lake McDonald, the largest lake in the park.
Finish our adventure drive at the beautiful town of West Glacier.
- Highline trail
- Lake Mc Donald boat ride
- Sun Road
- Overnight hotel near West Glacier
Today it’s free time till our hotel check out, head out for some last-minute souvenir, time to say goodbye to your fellow travelers as the tour ends today. Hoping that you have captured the best moments on camera and packed in a host of travel memories to carry back home with you.
- Free time
- Airport Transfer
- 04 Night Hotel Stay
- Breakfasts (Hotel policy may vary due to Covid)
- All transportation by SUV / VAN
- Boat Rides
- Scenic drives
- West Glacier
- East Glacier
- Llama trekking
- Wild Horse Island visit
- National park entrance fees
- Tour leader / Event host
- Meals unless specified above
- Personal Expenses
- Travel insurance
I'm a solo traveler, can I still join the tour?
Yes of course, As all our tours are for solo travelers. You will travel with like-minded and fun-loving people who like to explore new destinations and activities like yourself.
I want to join with my partner or friends; is it possible?
No condition for fun! You can always join the group tours with anyone by your side either your partner or a group of crazy friends. We make sure to arrange accommodation and all other activities accordingly. Do you want to know the lined-up list of tours; please check our tour finder section for more details.
I am travelling solo, do I have to pay single supplement?
No. All trip prices are based on double occupancy rooms. You will be paired with another solo traveler of the same gender to share the accommodation. If you enrolled with another person, you’ll room with that person. Although single supplement option is available if you prefer a room for yourself. If you are interested in a single room please select the single supplement package while booking.
What are the accommodation options?
We offer luxurious hotels, budgeted motels, spontaneous camps, handy lodges and every other possibility at your destination.
What is cancellation policy?
If you cancel your booking cancellation fees could apply. A cancellation will only be effective when we receive written confirmation of the cancellation. If you cancel a trip:
More than 60 days prior to departure you will receive a full refund less deposit amount
Between 45 to 60 days prior to departure we will retain the deposit or 50% of the amount paid (whichever is greater)
Less than 45 days prior to departure we receive the right to not refund any of the costs paid
Do I need a Travel Medical insurance?
Yes, Travel insurance is required for all international trips. Insurance covers (and reimburses you) for things like trip cancellation, trip interruption, and trip delay, lost or delayed baggage, medical coverage, medical evacuation, etc.
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