|Backcountry Trail Blazer|
August 7-11, 2021 – Ages 11-16 – Spend a few days backpacking in the backcountry of the Whitefish mountain range safely with our Outdoor Education Specialists.
|Beginners Fly Fishing Camp|
July 9-11, 2021 – Ages 11-14 – Don’t let another summer slip by without learning the basics of this iconic Montana pastime! We’ll have you slinging flies in no time!
|Big Creek Boys|
July 23-25, 2021 – Ages 9-11 – There’s nothing better than learning alongside your fellow boys in the mountains of the North Fork, come make some memories with us!
|Big Creek Girls|
July 26-28, 2021 – Ages 9-11 – No distress for these young damsels! Make some new friends and enjoy learning as you explore the North Fork together!
July 30 – August 3, 2021 – Ages 11-13 – Spend a few days exploring some the most iconic spots in Glacier National Park, as well as some of the hidden gems! Don’t forget your hiking shoes!
|Discovering the North Fork|
June 26-30, 2021 – Ages 11-13 – So many kids in the Flathead Valley never get up the North Fork to explore, come with us to discover this amazing landscape just outside Glacier National Park.
|Fly Fishing Camp|
July 11-14, 2021 – Ages 11-14 – This class is for all skill levels, but prepared to level up your skills. You’ll be able to impress your friends with your newly discovered fly whipping abilities!
July 2-3, 2021 – Ages 7-9 – This camp is an easy introduction into an overnight camp experience. Your kids will be begging to come back out to Big Creek!
|Intro to Backpacking|
July 16-18, 2021 – Ages: 11-14 – Parents, this is the backpacking trip you wish you would have taken as a kid. Sleeping under the stars, packing all you need, and making memories to last a lifetime.
July 19-21, 2021 – Ages 10-13 – We’re always amazed at the photos that come from this course! Learn to respect the natural world through a lens and capture memories that last!
Little to no elevation changes, hiking or possibly snowshoeing on a cleared or packed trail, up to a mile.
Mild elevation changes (less than 250 feet), hiking or snowshoeing on a packed trail, up to 3 miles total.
Moderate elevation changes (up to 500 feet), snowshoeing and possibly breaking trail or off-trail for up to 5 miles total.
Rigorous elevation changes (up to 1,000 feet), snowshoeing and possibly breaking trail or off-trail for up to 7 miles.
Extreme elevation changes (up to 2,000 feet), snowshoeing frequently off-trail or breaking trail for up to 8 miles.
Little to no elevation change, hiking on a well-maintained trail for up to 3 miles total.
Mild elevation changes (around 500 feet) throughout the hike, on well-maintained trails for up to 5 miles total.
Moderate elevation changes (up to 1,000 feet), hiking on well-maintained trails for up to 8 miles total.
Rigorous elevation changes (up to 2,000 feet) on well-maintained trails or brief periods off-trail for up to 10 miles total.
Extreme elevation changes (up to 3,000+ feet) on well-maintained trails or significant amounts off-trail for up to 12 miles total.