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Glacier National Park

Glacier Park, Inc. is privileged and honored to work in partnership with the Blackfeet Nation, Parks Canada, and the U.S. National Park Service to help protect, preserve, and conserve the integrity of the natural, cultural, and historical environments at Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and the surrounding communities for this and future generations. Glacier Park, Inc. is committed to operating our hospitality services through the use of Best Management

Practices in general, and more specifically as stated below:
  • Reduction or elimination of the use of all possible hazardous chemicals in all operational locations through product substitution and process changes. This includes products that contain chemical constituents that are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and/or the U.S. Department of Labor, or chemical constituents and/or physical properties that would otherwise make it a hazardous waste.
  • Decrease waste from packaging, over-purchasing, old products, and inappropriately stored products at all times.
  • Maximize the use of recycled-content products in all possible areas.
  • Continually search for ways to improve the protection of the environment though operational changes and other methods where feasible.
This green procurement policy will be made available to the general public, our stakeholders, and all employees in all operational locations in the United States and Canada.

Shuttles

General Information

The Glacier Park, Inc. Shuttle System offers a great way to get to varying locations around east side of  the Park and to hook up with the National Park Service Shuttle. If you are without a car or just need to get from point A to point B, the following shuttle options will help in your planning.


For information about the National Park Service shuttle. 

East Side Shuttle

This shuttle provides transportation between the hotels and various locations on the east side of Glacier National Park, including Glacier Park Lodge, St. Mary Lodge, Many Glacier Hotel, Swiftcurrent Motor Inn and the Prince of Wales Hotel. This shuttle is perfect for guests who want shuttle service along the Eastside of Glacier National Park (trailheads & hotels). It also provides round trip service to the Prince of Wales Hotel while leaving the driving to us.

The shuttles are scheduled to operate from June 8, 2014 to September 22, 2014. Reservations are highly recommended for the east side shuttle.

** The shuttle will not operate between Chief Mountain border crossing and the Prince of Wales after September 17, 2014.

*** The Cut Bank area trailheads and campgrounds are approximately 5 miles from the drop off on highway 89.  Visitors getting off here will have a significant walk to the campgrounds.

The vertical column on the left specifies starting point. The horizontal column on the top represents destinations. The times represent departure times. For example: if someone was starting at Two Medicine and wanted to get to St. Mary Lodge, there are shuttles departing Two Medicine at 8:45am and 12:45pm.






Transportation Information

Cancellation Policy

Deposits are fully refundable for 30 days following the date the tour reservation was made. From 31 days after the reservation was made to 3 days prior to tour departure, the deposit will be refunded less a $15.00 administrative fee per tour. Cancellations made within 3 days of tour departure will result in a full forfeit of the deposit. For reservations made within 30 days prior to tour departure, the above policy applies with no 30-day grace period.

Please Note

Prices for all tours include transportation and guide service only. Park entry fees are not included. Children are 11 years of age or younger. Construction delays may occur. All rates quoted in U.S. funds and do not include gratuity. **Full tour dependent upon access to Logan Pass Visitor Center.

What To Wear

Please be advised that the weather can change at any moment, so please dress accordingly. Remember sunscreen, water, and plenty of film or memory for the camera.