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Apr├Ęs Fondue

Many Glacier Hotel Après Fondue
A Deliciously Immersing Pleasure

Your visit to the Many Glacier Hotel is not complete without sampling our very own Après Fondue. The rugged “Switzerland of North America” peaks envelope you as you enjoy Après Fondue while gazing into Glacier National Park’s pristine wilderness. Culinary delights abound when you enjoy the flavorsome Four Cheese Fondue.

Four Cheese Fondue
Gruyere, Swiss, Parmesan, and Romano blend for our signature Four Cheese Fondue. This fondue classic is served with assorted fresh crusty breads and crisp seasonal vegetables that you dip into this potpourri of melty delight. Do not be shy with the dipping; even children know that cheese makes everything taste better! 

Etiquette
As with other communal dishes, fondue has etiquette. Most often, allowing one's tongue or lips to touch the dipping fork will be thought of as rude. A "no double-dipping" rule also has sway: after a dipped morsel has been tasted, it should never be returned to the pot. Did you know that in Swiss folklore, if a nugget of bread is lost in the cheese by a man, he buys a bottle of wine, and if such a thing happens to befall a woman, she kisses the man on her left?

Contact us at 406.892.2525 to book your Après Fondue culinary experience.

Seating
Daily seating is from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Interlaken Lounge.

Pricing
Many Glacier Hotel’s Après Fondue is available for $14.95 per selection and it generously serves 2 people. Taxes, gratuity, and beverages are not included in this price. Pricing may change without notice. Please Note: there is a fee required to enter Glacier National Park.

Reservations
Seatings are made on a first-come-first-serve basis

For Dinner
Après Fondue selections are available during dinner in the Ptarmigan Dining Room as an appetizer or dessert. Reservations are not available for dinner.

Please Note:
For the comfort of those around you, it is requested that audible portable electronic devices be turned off during Après Fondue.

Boat Cruises

Step onto the classic boats and glide across beautiful alpine lakes nestled among the peaks within Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. You will discover a spectacular side of these National Parks not visible from the road. Moreover, the captains will share with you their love for and knowledge of this incredibly special place. Telephone 406.892.2525 or 403.236.3400 (from Canada) today to reserve your Glacier National Park scenic boat cruise. Child rate applies to age 4-12. Children age 0-3 are free.

Lake McDonald Lodge (Lake McDonald)
Time
Duration
Description
Cost

 
*11:00 AM
1:30 PM
3:00 PM
5:30 PM
*7:00 PM
1 Hour
Onboard the historic "DeSmet", the largest boat in the fleet, visitors will glide through gorgeous mountain scenery and unusual geological phenomena. Leaving the boat dock at the north end of Lake McDonald, the "DeSmet" crosses to the north of the lake to view more remote areas and rebirth of the forest from 2003 fires. Upper and lower deck seating is available. Available May 25 to September 23. *Cruise available from May 25 to September 2.
Adult: $16.25
Child: $8

 
Many Glacier Hotel (Swiftcurrent Lake)
Time
Duration
Description
Cost

 
*8:30 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
**1:00 PM
2:00 PM
**3:00 PM
4:30 PM
1.25-
1.5 Hours
See and feel the grandeur that makes Glacier National Park "The Crown of the Continent." Board "Chief Two Guns" for a cruise on Swiftcurrent Lake, then take a short 300 yard walk over the hill to Lake Josephine. Here the "Morning Eagle" awaits your arrival for a cruise on this pristine lake. There is a 9 a.m. & 2 p.m. guided hike to Grinnell Lake. Cruise is available June 14 to September 15. *Cruise available July 15 to August 31.
**Cruise available July 1 to September 2.
Adult: $24.25
Child: $12

 
Rising Sun Motor Inn (St. Mary Lake)
Time
Duration
Description
Cost

 
10:00 AM
12:00 PM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
*6:30 PM
1.5 Hours
Visitors will enjoy the beauty of St. Mary Lake while onboard the modern "Joy II" or the recently refitted, historic "Little Chief". Visitors will see spectacular mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, rugged cliffs, ancient forests, and an alpine glacier. All tours include a highly recommended, but optional, 15-minute stroll to Baring Falls. Available June 22 to September 2. 
*One hour tour only evening cruise that does not stop at Baring Falls. The price of this one hour tour is $16.25/adult and $8/child.
Adult: $24.25
Child: $12

 
Two Medicine (Two Medicine Lake)
Time
Duration
Description
Cost

 
*9:00 AM
10:30 AM
1:00 PM
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
45 Mins
Boat tours at Two Medicine offer back country experiences without back country effort. Visitors on boat tours at this secluded location agree with the old Blackfeet saying "Two Medicine is good medicine." Frequent animal sightings are an added bonus! Available June 8 to September 8.
*Available July 1 to September 8.
Adult: $12
Child: $6

 

David Walburn Entertainment

David Walburn Entertainment at Many Glacier Hotel
Montana Music - Singer - Songwriter - Storyteller


Watch David's Video


Since 1961, Many Glacier Hotel has offered great entertainment for its guests. This tradition continues with musical performances by Montana Singer-Songwriter David Walburn. David's American West Series includes - CABIN SONG - MONTANA! Life Under The Big Sky - LEWIS & CLARK: West For America.   With his guitar, harmonica, and original songs David will tell stories about the early explorers of the Corps of Discovery, the Native Americans, the frontiersmen and artist cowboys, Glacier Park's Going-to-the-Sun Road, The Bear Song, and even his own adventures as an Alaskan Homesteader.

David's shows are family-friendly entertainment catering to all ages from the young to the young at heart. His shows are a truly unique and entertaining Montana concert experience not to be missed! Reservations are suggested and can be made by telephoning 406.892.2525. David's music can be purchased on our online store, on his website, at the show, or in the hotel's gift shop.



Cabin Song - An Alaskan Homestead Adventure
Thursday
The Homestead Act of 1862 has been called one of the most important pieces of legislation in American history. This unforgettable show retraces the expedition of David and three friends as they set out from Atlanta, Georgia to claim and establish a homestead deep in Alaska's wilderness just like the early pioneers. Follow along as the young men hike over miles of vast Alaskan wilderness searching for the perfect homestead site, survive several hair-raising bear encounters, and construct a cabin using only hand tools. The most important lesson learned is that in America, few dreams are beyond reach if you are willing, as the homesteaders were, to "prove up"!
Adults: $8.00
Children 12 & Under: Free
Sample David's Music


Lewis and Clark: West for America
Wednesday & Saturday
Relive the epic Lewis & Clark expedition of 1804 as the Corps of Discovery began their travel, going more than 8,000 miles - from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean - to explore the uncharted West in search of the fabled Northwest Passage.

In this engaging performance, audiences will learn about the Native Americans who had the most significant interactions with the Lewis and Clark Expedition: the tension and suspense of the dynamic Teton Sioux; the goodwill and trades of the Mandans; the critical trade for Shoshone horses; the Nez Perce's timely refuge, and the Blackfeet encounter marking the first act of bloodshed. Over the course of the journey, the Lewis and Clark Expedition would encounter 50 differing Native American tribes as they traveled across the Native territories.

West For America is as beautiful and bold as the adventure it recreates, as original as the first idea of exploring the American West. History never sounded so good! : Push and Pull the cumbersome keelboat up the Mighty Missouri, discover the thunderous Great Falls, endure the perilous Bitterroot Mountains, passage through The Dalles, and explore the extraordinary personal hardships and struggles of Sacagawea's Prayer and York. It is the human element, the longing for home, the courage in the face of pending disaster - that permeates this passionate musical creation. Adults: $8.00 Children 12 & Under: Free
Adults: $8.00
Children12 & Under: Free
Sample David's Music


Montana! Life Under the Big Sky
Tuesday & Friday
From its colorful past to the present day, Montana and Glacier National Park have come to symbolize the American West. This unique program captures the spirit and essence of our landscape, the historical characters and important events that helped define Montana. Audiences will discover the rich and diverse traditional culture of Montana's Native Americans and learn about the twelve tribes indigenous across Montana. All life has a voice and David honors this in his song, When The Land Belonged To God, inspired by the Blackfeet Creation Tale by the Blackfeet elder, Chewing Black Bones. David will also talk about how the Native Americans were essential to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. How cowboys, western artists, homesteaders and pioneers left their mark on the American West. The song, The Great Northern, highlights how the Iron Horse closed a door on one era while opening the frontier for the next generation. Moreover, with it, the emergence of Glacier National Park. Listen to David's, Going-To-The-Sun, and relive the danger and arduous tasks the laborers and engineers risked as they created the 52 miles of road up to the Continental Divide. This is one historical program not to be missed!
Adults: $8.00
Children 12 & Under: Free
Sample David's Music

Fishing Trips

West slope Cutthroat Trout use the Middle Fork as a spawning corridor and are abundant throughout our fishing season. State regulations require that all fishing for this species is conducted on a catch and release basis. This is a great waterway to learn or practice your fly-fishing techniques. The fish here do not get a lot of pressure and usually are very active. Our guides are great instructors and can help even first timers have a productive day. In addition to fishing, there are many opportunities to view wildlife such as deer, eagles, and osprey. A Montana State Fishing License is required and available locally. Price is based on 1-2 people per boat, and includes fishing rods, flies, and a light snack.

Contact us at 406.892.2525 to book your Flathead River fishing experience. 

Full Day Fishing
Duration Destination Cost
Full Day Middle Fork of the Flathead River $482 per boat(2 people)
Fishing trips are on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.  Begin the full-day fishing adventure at the West Glacier Launch.  Float approximately 12 miles through a secluded canyon to the confluence of the North Fork at Blankenship Bridge.  This is a great trip for the beginning fly-fishers as well as the more experienced who has limited time to fish these special waters. 
Half Day Fishing
Duration Destination Cost
Half Day  Middle Fork of the Flathead River $364-375 per boat(2 people)
Fishing trips are on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.  Begin the half-day fishing adventure at the West Glacier Launch.  Float approximately six miles through a secluded canyon to the confluence of the North Fork at Blankenship Bridge.  This is a great trip for the beginning fly-fishers as well as the more experienced who has limited time to fish these special waters.

Golf at Glacier Park Lodge

Golf like a pro...on the most historic course in Montana.
Telephone today to reserve your tee time.


The course was built by the Great Northern Railway in 1928 and named " Oom-coo-ska-pes-che" or Big Green Blanket by Chief Earl Old Person.  The Glacier Park Lodge Golf Course is the oldest grass greens golf course in Montana and resides within the boundary of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.  All 9 holes are named after former chiefs of the Blackfeet Nation. Come and enjoy the magnificent views, undulating greens, wide fairways, and the friendly staff.  The course is open late May-September (weather permitting).  View our Golf Brochure.

Glacier Park Lodge
Holes Green Fees Power Carts Pull Carts Rental Clubs
18 Holes $35 $35 $12 $21
 
9 Holes $20 $20 $8 $14
 
Pitch 'n Putt Golf Take time to play our Pitch 'n Putt golf course, too!  The whole family will enjoy playing this fun par 27 course.  Only $10 per person and includes a souvenir ball.  This course was named "Ee-nah-coo-ska-pes-chee" by Chief Earl Old Person as well which mean Little Green Blanket.
 
Punch Cards $180 for ten rounds of 9 holes or $290 for 10 rounds of 18 holes.

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding
Saddle up Partner...on a trusty steed. Reserve your saddle for one of a dozen unique trail rides with rates starting at $60 per adult. Telephone today to reserve your horseback riding adventure.


20 minutes east of Waterton Park in Mountain View, Alberta.
Duration Time  Destination  Cost 
6-7 Hours 9:30 AM Pole Haven Ride $141.75
Explore the legendary mountain west in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains.  Discover hidden valleys and crest high ridges.  We provide the trail lunches and saddlebags.  Not available in June or September.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum age is 5.
4 Hour 9:30 AM Beaver Dam Lake Ride $93.45
Ride beside beautiful Beaver Dam Lake and explore Aspen groves and shady trails beneath tall pines with panoramic vistas of the Rocky Mountains. Ride is not available in June or September. Arrive 30 minutes before ride. Minimum age is 5.
2.5 Hours 10am and 2pm (2pm is only in July & August).  Mountain View Look Out $68.25
This scenic ride takes guests beside a high country lake, through beautiful flower-filled meadows, across a meandering stream, through shady pine forests, and crests a high lookout point with a panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains.  * Ride is not available in June or September.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum age is 5.
4 Hour 1:30 PM Wilderness Cookout $99.75
Ride side by side on high country trails and stop midway under tall shady pines for a delicious western cookout.  Sit around a crackling campfire and enjoy triple A Alberta steak, baked beans, salad, and rolls and toast marshmallows over the fire.  You may substitute chicken for steak and children may roast hot dogs.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum age is 5.

 


Glacier Park Lodge (rides depart from East Glacier)
Duration Time  Destination  Cost 
Full Day 9:00AM Two Medicine (East Glacier Departure) $185.00
A guided horseback excursion up river into the Two Medicine River Gorge.  Experience unbelievable scenery reminiscent of "Dances With Wolves".  Travel into the heart of Native American lands that are much the same as they were a century ago.  Native American guides will lead you to 2 buffalo jumps.  An opportunity to observe wildlife at it's wildest.  Bring your own lunch.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum of 6 people.  Minimum age is 7.
3 Hour 9:00AM, 2:00PM Looking Glass Trail (East Glacier Departure) $90.00
All the beauty of the mountain front at your fingertips.  The greatest view of "Looking Glass" without the vehicles and traffic.  Bring your own sack lunch.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum age is 7.
2 Hour 9:30AM, 1:30PM Mountains of Glacier (Depart from East Glacier) $60.00
2 Hour Morning and Afternoon Rides Rides depart from St. Mary or East Glacier $92.00
4 Hour Morning and Afternoon Rides Rides depart from St. Mary or East Glacier $199
A guided horseback trip along the eastern border of Glacier National Park.  The maintained trail takes you to lofty sites and into the mountainous terrain that has to be seen to be believed.  Arrive 30 minutes before ride.  Minimum age is 7.


For Horseback Riding in Glacier National Park telephone Swan Mountain Outfitters at 877-888-5557 or visit their website.

Kayaking

Kayaking
The trips described below run on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River starting late May through mid September. Guide your inflatable kayak through the Middle Fork of the Flathead's exciting rapids. Both one and two person inflatable kayaks are available so you can ride alone or with a partner. There is nothing like the thrill of successfully running the rapids in your own boat! All kayak trips begin with instructions from our experienced guides on a gentle stretch of river. The kayaks we use are quick, maneuverable, and very stable if paddled with an aggressive spirit. Once you have the hang of this enjoyable sport, you will follow our guides down the river. Usually you will be tagging along with a scheduled raft trip.

Inflatable Kayak Trips are best suited for experienced river runners who would like to branch out and try something new. These trips are suitable for children age 13 and over if accompanied by an adult.

Inflatable Kayak trips are only offered during normal summer flows and are not available at all water levels.

Kayaking
Duration Time Description Cost
Full Day 10:00 AM
10:30 AM
You will cover 13 miles of river on this full day excursion that includes a lunch. After a few gentle miles, our river narrows down and passes through a beautiful canyon with fantastic rapids like Jaw, Pinball, and Screaming Right Turn. These are some of the best rapids in Montana and provide whitewater excitement all summer long. $98-$102 per adult
Half Day 10:00 AM
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
12:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:00 PM
2:30 PM
3:00 PM
4:00 PM
On the half-day trip, you will run an 8 mile stretch of river with ample practice time to master the art of kayaking before we get to the big rapids. After a few gentle miles, our river narrows down and passes through a beautiful canyon with fantastic rapids like Jaws, Pinball, and Screaming Right Turn. These are some of the best rapids in Montana and provide whitewater excitement all summer long. $64-$67 per adult


Remington Carriage Museum

Remington Carriage Museum in Cardston, Alberta
Cardston, Alberta - All prices are quoted in Canadian Dollars


Take a step back in time and experience life in the 19th century as reflected in its vehicles for work and play. Telephone today to reserve your Cardston, Alberta museum adventure. The Remington Carriage Museum houses the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 250 carriages, wagons, and sleighs. The Museum is located only 45 minutes from both Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta and Glacier National Park in Montana. It is open year-round, seven days a week. International travelers acknowledge the display as the finest in the world. The 63,000 square foot facility features video displays, a fire hall, a carriage factory, a restoration shop, a working stable, carriage rides, carriage rentals, a restaurant, and a gift shop. Guided facility tours are offered at no additional charge.

 Cardston Alberta
   Time   Cost 
Guided Tour
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
7/1/ - 8/31
Adult/Senior: $10 / $8
Child (7-17): $5
Guided Tour
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
9/1 - 6/30
Adult/Senior: $10 / $8
Child (7-17): $5
Carriage Ride
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Adult/Senior: $4 / $4
Child (7-17): $2.50

River Rafting

River Rafting
Grab Life by the Oars
while rafting on wild and scenic rivers. Depending on your taste you can opt for a gentle river experience with a minimum of white water rapids or choose a trip where you will navigate a few more rapids. Telephone today to reserve your whitewater or scenic float experience.

Dinner Trip in West Glacier, MT
Time Description Cost
2:00 PM
2:30 PM
3:00 PM
This trip is run on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River starting late May through August. This trip begins with whitewater rafting instruction from an experienced guide. After a few gentle miles, the river narrows down and enters a beautiful canyon with fantastic rapids like Jaws, Pinball, and Screaming Right Turn. These are some of the best rapids in Montana and provide whitewater excitement all summer long. After running the rapids you will stop for dinner with a choice of steak, savory chicken breast or veggie options. Wear shoes that have straps and can get wet. $74 per adult
$58 per child

Full Day Whitewater Adventure in West Glacier, MT
Time Description Cost
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
 
This trip is run on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River starting late May through August. A full day trip covers approximately 15 river miles and begins with a leisurely float through towering mountains and plentiful wildlife. Around noon the trip pauses while our guides prepare a delicious deli-style buffet lunch. With advanced notice the experienced cooks can accommodate any special dietary considerations. Following a hearty lunch the canyon walls close in and the pace of the river quickens as we blast through an exciting series of rapids including Jaws, Pinball, and Screaming Right Turn. Full Day trips are appropriate for first timers and family groups. No experience is necessary for these trips. During the spring, rapids are rated Class II-IV and the trip is suitable for children 12 and up. Under normal summer river conditions the rapids are rated Class II-III and the trip is suitable for children age 6 and up. Wear shoes that have straps and can get wet. $96 per adult
$70 per child

Half Day Whitewater Adventure or Scenic Float in West Glacier, MT
*Denontes times for both Whitewater and Scenic Float trips. The 1 PM and 1:45 PM times are for Whitewater trips only.
 
Time Description Cost
9:30 AM*
10:00 AM*
10:15 AM*
11:00 AM*
1:00 PM
1:45 PM
2:00 PM*
This trip is run on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River starting late May through August. On this scenic trip float along a 6 mile stretch of the Middle Fork. The trip begins with a few miles of fantastic mountain views. Along this stretch of river we often see Eagles, Osprey, Water Ouzels, and wide variety of other birds. Occasionally we float by Black Bear, Whitetail Deer, and Beavers. After three miles of mountain views, the river enters a gorgeous canyon with sheer rock walls and active trout. This canyon is truly spectacular and can only be seen from a raft. No experience is necessary for this trip. This trip is ideal for families with small children or for anyone who would rather skip the whitewater. We are comfortable taking children as young as four years old and have taken seniors of all ages. Wear shoes that have straps and can get wet.



 
$56 per adult
$45 per child
Whitewater trips

$58 per adult
$47 per child 
Scenic Float trips

Remedies Day Spa

Spa Treatments at Glacier Park Lodge
Unwind Montana Style...


With treatments from Remedies Day Spa at Glacier Park Lodge and Resort. CLICK HERE to book your spa treatment at Glacier Park Lodge.

Saving Face
  Description Cost
Essential Fassage This is Remedies version of a facial. We make all of our products fresh in the kitchen, out of all natural, basic food ingredients. You relax on a heated table while we spoil your face with a circulation scrub, protein mask, and your hands and feet with a massage. A homemade mayonnaise massage for your face, neck, and shoulders finishes this one perfectly! $75
Extreme Fassage This treatment starts with an Essential Fassage and adds a scalp massage and Clay Wrap $110

Packages
  Description Cost
The Montana Massage 60 minute Remedies Signature Massage and a foot soak $99
Hot Rock Rendezvous 60 minute Glacier Hot River Rock Massag, and hot rock foot and hand rub $149
The Great Escape 90 minute massage of choice, Essential Fassage honey and cream, and a hot rock foot rub $249

Massages
  Description Cost
Remedies Signature Massage A massage favorite...whatever you want, wherever you want it massage. Our classic Swedish, but with a personalized twist. If you have specific sore areas, just let us know and we'll save a few minutes to make sure you get the perfect massage! 30 minutes $45
60 minutes $80
90 minutes $115
The Body Buster(deep tissue) This massage is not for the faint of heart! The deep tissue get-in-there-and-work-it-out-rub is the answer to those nagging aches and pains. If you can take it, we can give it, just be sure and let us know how much is too much! 30 minutes $50
60 minutes $90 90 minutes $130
Add On: Hot River Rocks $10
Add On: Arnica and Comfrey Poultices $20
Add On: Coconut Oil $10

Hands and Feet
  Description Cost
Honey and Cream Hot Rock Foot Rub Soak your feet in a big basin of warm water, herbs, and essential oils. Luxuriate as we pour warm cream and honey over your lower legs and feet and massage it in with hot rocks. Finish off with warm rocks between your toes. $50
  Add Hands $70
Mountaineers Survival for the Feet The essential Montana spa treatment. A soak, scrub, wrap, and massage for the feet... the perfect end to a day in the mountains! $50
  Add Hands $70

Zipline at Whitefish Mountain Resort

Zip line tours are exhilarating fun zipping through the trees, while harnessed to a cable extended between two towers. Moderate uphill hiking required between zip towers. Riders will enjoy zip lines such as the 100' high Floater, and 300' high AdrenaLine.

The 7 zip tour is highly recommended and available to riders of all ages between 100 and 230 pounds who are at least 54 inches tall.This tour does involve a moderate amount of hiking. Prices are $65-84 per person based on the season.

The 5 zip tour utilizes the original four zip spans and is available to riders of all ages between 60 and 230 pounds who are at least 54 inches tall. Prices are $54-75 based on the season.

Tours go out regularly between 8:30am and 5:30pm. 
  
Telephone us at (406) 892-2525 to book your Zipline Adventure!


Walk in the Treetops at Whitefish Mountain Resort

The Walk in the Treetops at Whitefish Mountain Resort is an exciting way to experience adventure, fun, and learning in the Rocky Mountains. The adventure is about two and a half hours of guided fun that offers a unique view of the forest from an elevated boardwalk through the treetop canopy. This includes a shuttle ride out to the trailhead, a safety presentation, hiking out and back on an uneven 1/2 mile trail, and a walk on an elevated 700' boardwalk at heights up to 70'.

A souvenir hip pack and snacks are provided on this nature-focused activity. Times: 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Restrictions: must be 10 years old with a minimum height of 54 inches tall. The safety harnesses can accommodate up to a 42” waist.

Walk in the Treetops is $51/person and goes out at 10am and 1:30pm daily with a 5:30pm* tour Wed-Sun.
*5:30pm tours being July 2nd and run through Sept 4th
 
Telephone us at (406) 892-2525 to book your Walk in the Treetops Adventure!

Afternoon Tea

Experience ancient panoramic vistas where the Canadian Rocky Mountains collide with the sparkling blue waters of Waterton Lakes. From this vantage point in Valerie's Tea Room at the Prince of Wales Hotel, participate in traditional Afternoon Tea service with fresh baked pastries and delicate dainties. Afternoon Tea is a highlight of the Waterton Park experience, blending the wild and sophisticated into one. Tea time is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. with the last seating at 4 p.m.

Prince of Wales Hotel Afternoon Tea is Classically Updated Pampering.  View the brochure.

Enjoy our unique interpretation of the traditional Afternoon Tea served Prince of Wales Hotel style. Afternoon Tea is experienced in the relaxing atmosphere of the stylishly restored Prince of Wales Hotel Lobby, overlooking panoramic vistas where the Canadian Rockies and sparkling blue waters of Waterton Lakes collide. Blending the wild and sophisticated into one, Afternoon Tea at the Prince of Wales Hotel is a unique Waterton Lakes National Park experience.

Take pleasure in Tea Forté™ teas with innovative porcelain tea ware, a selection of homemade pastries, assorted finger sandwiches, scones, jam, and seasonal berries. Tea Forte's signature porcelain Café Cup, ceramic Tea Trays, and pyramid infusers help transform this Prince of Wales Hotel Afternoon Tea service into a ritual of rejuvenation. The elegant porcelain teacup ensemble is one of our signature service items. The custom cover keeps tea hot while revealing the leaf of a pyramid infuser. After steeping, remove the lid to enjoy a piping hot, aromatic cup of tea with your delightful culinary fare.

Seating
Daily seating is from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Pricing
The Prince’s Afternoon Tea service is available for $29.95 CAD per adult and $15.95 CAD per child (pre taxes and gratulity). Children are age 11 and under. The above Afternoon Tea prices do not include taxes, gratuity, or charges for desired alcoholic beverages. Pricing may change without notice. Please Note: there is a fee required to enter Waterton Lakes National Park.

Advance sales are welcome and can be made by calling us at 403.236.3400 or 406.892.2525. Afternoon Tea may be prebooked through Central Reservations Office at $32.35 CAD per adults and $17.23 CAD per child. These prices INCLUDE local tourism levy tax, goods and services tax, and automatic gratuity. Advance purchase seatings can be redeemed from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Please Note
For the comfort of those around you, it is requested that cell phones or audible portable electronic devices be turned off during Afternoon Tea.

Many 4 Season Activities and Adventures

  Please visit the Grouse Mountain Lodge website for activities in and around Whitefish.

Fishing - Blackfeet Reservation

Enjoy a full day or half day fishing experience with the Blackfeet Outfitters on the Blackfeet Reservation.

Half day starting at $175 per person
Full day starting at $275 per person and includes soft drinks and lunch
Fishing with a horseback ride 8hr $403.13 per person w/ 2 person min. (lunch included)
Fishing is done on one of the many lakes or streams on the Blackfeet Reservation.

For personal assistance with reservations, please telephone 406.892.2525 or 403.236.3400 from Canada.

Jeep Tours - Blackfeet Reservation

Enjoy a 3 or 5 hour jeep tour of the Blackfeet Reservation.  Tours will take you in an open air Blazer or Bronco with roll bars through valleys, mountains and creeks. Enjoy breathtaking views and the possibility of seeing wild animals including Grizzly Bear, Black Bear, Elk, Moose, Deer, Buffalo and many others. Learn interesting facts and stories from local guides as you pass cultural places.
 
3hr for $95 per person
5hr for $165 per person (includes lunch)

 
For personal assistance with reservations, please telephone 406.892.2525 or 403.236.3400 from Canada.



 

Rock Climbing

Rock Climb Montana is headquartered in Whitefish, Montana. Climbing instruction usually takes place at Kila, near Kalispell, Montana or at Koocanusa, near Eureka, Montana. Private instruction is available for all ages and abilities. Last year our clients ranged in age from seven to seventy. Beginning climbers will appreciate having a certified professional climbing instructor who puts safety first and teaches with a fun and easy going style. Experienced climbers will appreciate having a knowledgeable guide direct them to challenging routes for maximum fun and adventure. Rock Climb Montana can provide all necessary gear. Just show up and we will supply the equipment, the training, and the excitement.

Half Day 4hr starting at $99 per person, $49 per additional person
Full Day 8hr starting at $169 per person, $79 per additional person

Available from May 15 to october 15, 2013.

For personal assistance with reservations, please telephone 406.892.2525 or 403.236.3400 from Canada.

Horseback Riding - Close to Whitefish

Saddle up and experience the West on this unique trail ride. This is your chance to enjoy a horseback ride through spectacular Spencer Mountain and the foothills of Whitefish. As you saddle up and head out for your trail ride through Spencer Mountain, dress in layers; it is usually 10 to 15 degrees cooler than Whitefish. These rides offer great views of the surrounding mountains and KM Valley. Your trail ride is along great safe trails on a very well broke horse.

Rides Available 4/15 through 10/31
1 Hour: $45
2 Hour: $75
3 Hour $105
Lunch Rides $95-$125

For personal assistance with reservations, please telephone 406.892.2525 or 403.236.3400 from Canada.