The National Park Service, with the help of their official fundraising partner, the National Park Foundation have launched the #FindYourPark campaign, which is designed to achieve the National Park Service’s Centennial goal of connecting and creating the next generation of park visitors, supporters and advocates on a national level.” www.nextcenturyforparks.org
Basically, we need to encourage the younger generations to frequent their National Parks which are the country’s greatest treasures. Glacier National Park is a wonderful place for families to visit. There really is a lot to do for every age group. There are short […]
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 […]
Since our season has not quite started, (our first trip is Friday, May 11th) some of our off duty raft guides and two managers went on a 5 day raft trip on the Middle Fork of the Salmon in Idaho to get into the summer spirit. Don’t worry, the girls will do their own multi-day trip once the sun is here to stay! According to a US Forest Service booklet called ‘The Salmon, a Wild and Scenic River’, “the Salmon River flows undammed for 425 miles, it is the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states […]
We woke up today yearning to get back on “our” beautiful river and happened to find The River Wild movie starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon at the grocery store on morning errands. Needless to stay, we purchased it! We will be watching it tonight sitting by the cozy fireplace.
The River Wild was filmed right here on the Middle Fork of the Flathead river, the southern boundary of Glacier National Park. While in reality it is a very fun, splashy, family friendly river, it does look terrifying in the movie thanks to talented camera operators.