Summer Horseback Pack Trips
Sightseeing – $400 per person per day
Fishing – $500 per person per day
(minimum age 6; minimum group size 5/maximum group size 10)
Guided wilderness trips take place from June through August in the Great Bear Wilderness. We camp at various sites along rivers, creeks and lakes with ample opportunity to fish, hike, ride, and explore amidst the grandeur of truly spectacular country or simply sit around the campfire swapping tall tales of your wilderness adventure.
These are typically “roving” light-weight camps, giving you a chance to see different areas of the Wilderness.
We plan trips around your interests and specialize in private trips for groups of 4 to 12 people. Trips vary in length according to guests. We recommend at least 2 nights/3 days, although we can do an overnight if that’s all that fits your schedule.
We provide a full service adventure and can help with any planning needed prior to or after your trip. These trips depart from and return to Base Camp.
Our pack trips are fully outfitted adventures – Experienced, friendly guides, tents you can stand in, cots, great food, a new best friend (your horse!), open air outhouse, filtered water, and memories to last a lifetime!
Just did a 3 day pack trip and then rented their cabin for 5 days. The pack trip was great. Chance was professional and did a great job meeting the needs of our group. We were a mix of riders and fishermen and we all got time to do what we love. The food, gear and stock were great.Amy H.
Specialty Fishing Trips
Montana is great fly fishing country, and no visit to Glacier National Park would be complete without trying your luck catching our native Westslope cutthroat and rainbow trout. Specialty fishing trips are pack trips that focus on fishing, fishing and more fishing. Experience fishing the wilderness section of the Middle Fork of the Flathead River, high alpine lakes, and smaller creeks. The best time is July through August after the spring runoff and once the rivers have cleared. Small rafts and float tubes can be used on the lakes. Our guides are here to assist, and will bring or recommend flies to catch the big ones!