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Great Bear Wilderness

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Across Highway 2, Glacier National Park, MT
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Glacier National Park Private Full-Day Tour from Whitefish
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Glacier National Park Private Full-Day Tour from Whitefish

Enjoy comfortable, private transportation and a knowledgeable, experienced local guide. Your tour takes away the stress of driving around the park so you can enjoy the day with your family or travel group. Learn about the history of the park and the valley, enjoy the sights, and experience Glacier on this world-class tour.
$425.00 per adult
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BenLar137 wrote a review Oct 2017
Calgary, Canada13,343 contributions683 helpful votes
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Highway 2 connects the towns of East and West Glacier in Montana, and it travels through the northern edge of the Great Bear Wilderness. There is a large complex here of National Forests and Wildernesses south of the more famous Glacier National Park, so there are a lot of options for the wilderness explorer. No type of vehicle, including bicycles are allowed in these areas, so it's just hiking. Camping and fishing is done with required permits. There are numerous access points off Highway 2, but the most notable feature for the traveller is the Marias Pass area, with its amazing obelisk as well as statues to John Frank Stevens, an important railway engineer. The area is truly wild and not for the casual visitor, and so only those completely prepared, geared-up and experienced in difficult wilderness travel should attempt any exploration, and they should be ready for all types of weather, river and stream crossings, poor trails, challenging terrain and wildlife. It's good to know there is such a huge wilderness area, untouched by humans, as a refuge for wildlife and native plants.
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