September for a lot of us who live at the gateway of Glacier National Park, is our favorite month of the year. The days are sunny and warm, the nights are cold and it is nice and cozy inside. This is when our cabins are at their best! Enjoy a day of hiking in perfect weather and then relax in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine.
September is also the best month for fly fishing! Our fishing guides: Ted, Josh and Kevin beg us to run fly fishing specials to encourage guests to book trips. All three [...]
August is Inflatable Kayak month! The rapids are so much fun and more intense in one of these smaller crafts. We have singles for the super adventurous and doubles for those who would like to share the experience with someone else. These two ladies had never gone down the Middle Fork of the Flathead river in an Inflatable Kayak before, and they LOVED it!
August is Inflatable Kayak month!
Do you not want rapids at all? An Inflatable Kayak is also fun on the scenic section of the river where there are no rapids!
Rafting the boundary of Glacier National [...]
Rafts and Inflatable Kayaks go out together
It’s August already! What is new this month? Well, the river we raft on which is the south western boundary of Glacier National Park has fully cleared up and is quite a bit higher than it usually is by this time of year due to our heavy snowpack last winter. The water is now the beautiful emerald green that we are used to seeing in all the lakes in the Park. It is now so clear that you are able to see the beautiful big boulders, colorful river rocks and spry [...]
Oh summer, it always takes you a while to get here but once you are here, you do not disappoint!
It is almost the 4th of July. June went by so quickly!
We have sunshine, fabulous water for rafting, beautiful flowers for us and guests to enjoy and a full staff ready to guide you through some of the most wonderful outdoor experiences of your vacation.
We had had high snowpack this year, so the river level is staying pretty steady at around 7 feet. At this level, some of the traditional rapids are [...]