Like to spend time with nature but don’t necessarily want to camp out?
Enjoy your pick of one or more of our guided day hikes. Our experienced naturalists will show you parts of the park that most visitors don’t see while educating you about the Park’s ecosystems, animals, and more.
April 16: This course will provide a thorough introduction to the ecology and identification of the owls of the Mission Valley. Montana boasts the largest number of breeding owl species of any state in the nation. The Mission Valley provides... [READ MORE]
August 26: Our wild lands are a living pharmacy valued throughout history for their ability to aid our everyday aches and pains and help us in emergency situations. This class will meander into one or more of Glacier's ecosystems to explore nature's... [READ MORE]
July 2 & 31 Everyone knows that Glacier is a mountain park, but most people don't realize that two-thirds of it is forested. Gain a new appreciation and understanding of this vast and "overlooked" landscape. Learn to read the forests through recognition... [READ MORE]
June 21:This course will focus on the unique creature that calls many of the lakes in Glacier National Park home. Through this course, we will learn about loon anatomy, propulsion, flying, eye color, and other adaptations. We will spend time exploring... [READ MORE]
Join us as we stroll through the often-overlooked Flathead National Forest. This stunning ecosystem shares a boundary with the lovely Glacier National Park, and it possesses equally stunning wildlife, landscapes, geology, and waterways. This area is... [READ MORE]
May 28: This course will focus on the recovery and current status of wolves in Glacier National Park and the Northern Rocky Mountains. Since human behavior plays such an integral role in wolf recovery efforts, current wolf politics and western... [READ MORE]