We (two retired couples) signed up for a Little Red Bus tour (8Hrs) of Glacier national Park, Mt. Unfortunately, we were relegated to the last row of the bus which was extremely uncomfortable for older people with back or knee problems. We complained to the Bus driver and he said they had several complaints prior to our tour and for us to write the company which I did but was not afforded the effort of a reply. The little Yellow bus in Yellowstone (exact same replica bus) does not have a last row as they use it for storage instead of passengers. My suggestion to anyone who has knee or back problems is not to take these tours unless guaranteed a seat other than in the back row. Three of the four people had a difficult time enjoying the tour of this beautiful Natl Park. The fact that our bus full with 17 passengers (including one with a bad knee who sat in the front seat) mostly retirees, and no one would trade places with us indicates that a problem exists. The seats are sold on a first come basis at present and your seat is determined by who gets on the bus first.
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