Enjoy views of snowcapped mountain peaks, lush alpine meadows, and spectacular glacier-fed lakes during hikes and walks in Montana's Glacier National Park and Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park.

Starting at: $3,995 Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Glacier National Park.  Credit: Ryan Grayson  Vivid sunset over Glacier National Park.  Credit: Tom Crouse  Black bear in the wild   Bald Eagle in flight  Waterton Village  Many Glacier at Glacier National Park

Exploring Glacier and Waterton National Parks

6 days from $3,995

Enjoy views of snowcapped mountain peaks, lush alpine meadows, and spectacular glacier-fed lakes during hikes and walks in Montana's Glacier National Park and Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This was a trip we have always dreamed of taking! The views were spectacular, the Red Jammer tour on Going to the Sun Road was amazing and the Island Lakes Lodge in Canada was one of the most beautiful resorts, and most delicious food, ever!

- Angela C.

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Aug 5 - 10, 2017 Departure
Nathanael Dodge

Nathanael Dodge

Nathanael Dodge combines his outdoor interests, education, and hands-on experience to make Yellowstone come alive for travelers. Nathanael'’s style of teaching is experiential, and in the field he excels at bringing geology, natural, human, and cultural history to life. When he'’s not guiding, he is a youth case manager and field instructor for Alternative Youth Adventures out of Boulder, Montana, where he guides at-risk youth on 60-day trips in Yellowstone Park, Beaverhead National Forest, and Missouri Breaks country. Nathanael graduated from Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota with a B.A. in Social Science, and is a Wilderness First Responder and Crisis Prevention Instructor. He is knowledgable about backcountry safety and believes in teaching basic survival skills to backcountry travelers. He looks forward to showing you the beauty and drama of Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons.

Aug 5 - 10, 2017 Departure
Leslie Stolz

Leslie Stolz

Leslie is a naturalist based out of Big Sky, Montana where she guides hiking and cross country ski tours. She has a B.S. in biology, and her fieldwork with the research division of Yellowstone National Park has given her a strong knowledge base as well as a deep love and respect of the park. After years in Yellowstone, she spent four summers in Glacier National Park where she was a naturalist and was involved with a long-term grizzly bear study. Leslie’s expertise lies in birding, edible and medicinal plants, and wildlife observation. Leslie has led several previous Smithsonian tours, and she is looking forward to introducing you to the splendor of Yellowstone.

Aug 5 - 10, 2017 Departure
Patty Walton

Patty Walton

Patty became enamored with the West on a cross country bicycle tour, and moved to Montana in 1988. After earning her Geography degree at Montana State University, Patty developed a special interest in natural history and wildlife observation while exploring the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem on foot, bicycle and skis. She is a paramedic and an expert naturalist guide, living in Bozeman, Montana.