Did you know that Glacier Institute Members save 10% of the price of any course?

Category: Family Programs

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Demers Ridge Snowshoe Hike

December 15, 2020 * January 19, 2021 * February 16, 2021 – A hidden gem in the Whitefish Range, Demers Ridge overlooks the western fringes of Glacier National Park.

(Winter Activity Level)

$40.00Show details
Family Avalanche Awareness Day

January 18, 2021: Bring your family and begin understanding avalanches. What conditions are most dangerous? Where should you avoid? How can you prepare? Come and learn, together!

(Winter Activity Level)

$70.00Show details
Family Photography Camp

July 5-7, 2021 – Discover the natural world through the lens of a camera together as a family. Develop some new skills bring home some awesome pictures as well!

Cost: $1,500.00 per family (up to five family members)

(Summer Activity Level)

$1,500.00Show details
Family Snow Day

December 29 * December 31, 2020 * February 27, 2021 – The North Fork holds a winter wonderland that too many people are missing, join us to discover this iconic Montana landscape together!

(Winter Activity Level)

$25.00Show details
Family Snow Tracking Day

February 15, 2021 – Join our Outdoor Education Specialists to find and identify tracks from some of Montana’s most iconic species, and bring the kids! This will be fun for all ages!

(Winter Activity Level)

$70.00Show details
Snow Science

December 22, 2020 * January 26, 2021 * February 23, 2021 – Most of us take for granted this amazing form of precipitation that covers our mountaintops. Discover why snow is so important and so cool!

(Winter Activity Level)

$40.00Show details
Winter Discovery Hike

December 8, 2020 * January 5, 2021 *  February 2, 2021 – Tired of being inside this winter? Come join us for a chance to get on your feet and learn something new in the beautiful Flathead National Forest.

(Winter Activity Level)

$40.00Show details
Winter Fly Fishing

December 18, 2020 * January 29, 2021 * February 26, 2021 – While most people hang up their fly rods once the temperatures dip, cold weather fly fishing can produce some exceptional specimens, as well as offer a chance to recreate outdoors during the long winter months.

(Winter Activity Level)

$40.00Show details

Winter Activity Level

1/5 Pikas

Little to no elevation changes, hiking or possibly snowshoeing on a cleared or packed trail, up to a mile.

2/5 Pikas

Mild elevation changes (less than 250 feet), hiking or snowshoeing on a packed trail, up to 3 miles total.

3/5 Pikas

Moderate elevation changes (up to 500 feet), snowshoeing and possibly breaking trail or off-trail for up to 5 miles total.

4/5 Pikas

Rigorous elevation changes (up to 1,000 feet), snowshoeing and possibly breaking trail or off-trail for up to 7 miles.

5/5 Pikas

Extreme elevation changes (up to 2,000 feet), snowshoeing frequently off-trail or breaking trail for up to 8 miles.

Summer Activity Level

1/5 Pikas

Little to no elevation change, hiking on a well-maintained trail for up to 3 miles total.

2/5 Pikas

Mild elevation changes (around 500 feet) throughout the hike, on well-maintained trails for up to 5 miles total.

3/5 Pikas

Moderate elevation changes (up to 1,000 feet), hiking on well-maintained trails for up to 8 miles total.

4/5 Pikas

Rigorous elevation changes (up to 2,000 feet) on well-maintained trails or brief periods off-trail for up to 10 miles total.

5/5 Pikas

Extreme elevation changes (up to 3,000+ feet) on well-maintained trails or significant amounts off-trail for up to 12 miles total.

Did you know Glacier Institute members receive a 10% discount?