Glacier National Park: Inn to Inn
Come discover the Crown of the Continent! Pristine mountain lakes, big horn sheep, and Swiss Chalet style lodges will greet you on this unique, exclusive inn to inn tour of Glacier National Park.
Photo by Trevin Trihn
Enjoy the beauty that is Glacier National Park on this six day van supported bicycle tour. Your journey will begin in Whitefish where you will meet your guides and spend your first night of the tour at the Whitefish Bike Retreat, a Montana treasure. The next morning we will head out for West Glacier. Riding out of the retreat we will take back roads to the park entrance and then onward to Lake McDonald Lodge. Enjoy a beverage by the lake and prepare for you next day’s ride over Logan Pass.
Hit the road bright and early to head over Going-to-the-Sun-Road. This historic road should be on every cyclist’s bucket list. Spend some time at Logan’s Pass before bombing down the mountain towards the gateway town of St. Mary. Here we will enjoy some local fare and an evening overlooking St. Mary Lake and Flattop Mountain.
Enjoy breakfast at Johnson's Family Cafe before heading towards Many Glacier. At Spotted Dog, this is one of our favorite parts of the park. This is a shorter day in the saddle which will give us time to enjoy an afternoon boat tour on Swiftcurrent Lake. We will relax with a night in the iconic Many Glacier Lodge before departing for East Glacier the following day.
Pedaling out of St. Mary along the border of the park within the Blackfeet Nation take the time to stop at the Blackfeet Indian Memorial that overlooks Divide Mountain. We will head to East Glacier Lodge for a final evening on the road. The following morning you will be shuttled back to Whitefish, Montana where our tour will conclude after a celebratory lunch.
All lodging. Featuring some of Glacier National Parks most Unique hotels.
All meals. We will eat at many great local.
Park entrance fees
Van Support. Includes SAG capabilities and luggage transport.
The land that Glacier National Park is located on was once part of the Blackfeet Nation. During this tour we will travel and lodge in both GNP and the Blackfoot Reservation. Please remember who was here before you and give respect to these great lands and their stewards.