One of the best ways to make the most of your visit to Glacier National Park is by taking a guided tour. Many concessioners in the park offer a variety of trips that range from one-hour to full-day tours. See the park from the comfort of a roll-back historic red bus as you cruise along the Going-to-the-Sun Road or learn about the history of Glacier National Park as it relates to the Blackfeet Indian Tribe on a Sun Tour. Experience the park the same way its early 1900s visitors did on a guided boat tour with Glacier Park Boat Company or a horseback trail ride with Swan Mountain Outfitters. You can also set out on the park's trail with a guided hike with Glacier Guides or on a ranger-led hike with the National Park Service. In the winter, be sure to explore the park on snowshoes or cross-country skis on a snow-covered trek with Glacier Adventure Guides or the Izaak Walton Inn.
If you're planning on visiting and you're not sure where to start, we suggest taking a look at these Glacier National Park itineraries that include both summer and winter trips in and around the park.