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8975 US Highway 2 E, Hungry Horse, MT 59919-9757
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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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thatmeball wrote a review Dec 2019
76 contributions2 helpful votes
Kids loved this hike. Really nice views from the top. The road driving up was also fun. If you think gttsr is tight wait till you drive this road. My wife was ready to jump out and walk. kids were loving it though. The guy that stayed the night there was heading down as we were hiking up so we had the place all to ourselves. Beautiful.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Danny W wrote a review Jul 2019
7 contributions1 helpful vote
This is such a beautiful area and going to this Lookout gets you a perspective on the lay of the land. The mountains and lakes are so surreal and the air is so fresh. WOW !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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rspill wrote a review Aug 2014
Boxford, MA141 contributions61 helpful votes
You can book the lookout for a night via recreation,gov, which is what our family did. We backpacked up a reasonably good trail from a forest road (read gravel) and camped in the lookout, which we shared with a few mice. There are no beds nor power, so it is basically a camping trip without the need for a tent. There are no beds - so bring sleeping pads. Naturally, the lookout is positioned to see a lot of the surrounding mountains. We very much enjoyed the sunset and sunrise. The Milky Way is very bright with the elevation, clean air, and no light environment. Deer approached the lookout in early evening, providing an initial slight scare, but ultimately much entertainment.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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tnanna wrote a review Aug 2014
Eads, Tennessee364 contributions275 helpful votes
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This was our second fire tower stay - what a neat adventure! It is a journey on unpaved roads to the trailhead, a mile uphill hike, and then a wonderful 360 degree panoramic view. You can reserve the lookout for an overnight stay. The lookout is equipped with two cots, camp stove, fire ring, and pit toilet. You'll need to bring your own food, water, possibly propane canister, sleeping bags and flashlights. There is a second story loft to view the surroundings and some great journals of the lookout's history and prior guests. There are lots of bees, bugs, and bear spray is recommended in this area. The evening views are beyond description!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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