Morning Ride; Afternoon Raft
Come Experience the Best Glacier National Park Horseback Riding!
Try our morning ride and afternoon raft trip for the best rafting & horseback riding Montana has to offer! For the perfect adventure, blend the rugged beauty of a horseback ride just outside of Glacier National Park with a pristine river trip on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River for the perfect adventure.
The horseback portion of your trip departs from Swan Mountain Outfitters corral in West Glacier (based on availability) just outside the West Entrance to Glacier National Park. The rafting portion of the trip departs just 1/2 mile from your horseback ride at Glacier Raft Company in the Village of West Glacier. Between trips, you will have plenty of time to have a nice lunch on your own.
The trip ends at the bridge in West Glacier where you will regain your land legs during a short walk back to our office, your car, dry clothes, and a chance to purchase trip photos and souvenirs!
|Departs||Horseback: 8:30am (7:45am Check-In)
Raft: 1:30pm (Whitewater) or 2:00pm (Scenic)
|Trip Length||Horseback: 2 hours
Raft: 2 – 3.5 hours (depending on the month)
|Departure Dates||May 15 – September 15|
|River Rating||Class II-III (class II-III in June and early July, when the whitewater is at its peak; by late July the rapids have moderated to fun-filled class II)|
|Age Limit||Horseback Ride: 7+
Rafting: 8-10 in June, 6-7 in July, 4-5 in August (dependent on water conditions)
Youth (12 & under): $135
*Prices do not include 8% service fee or guide gratuity
*Lunch not included
|Waiver||Download Waiver Here
*Save time at Check-In by bringing your waiver
|Weight Limit||250 pounds for horseback ride|
|What To Bring||Water
Wear sunscreen and bug spray
Inhalers, EpiPen, etc.
Camera (for pictures before the ride)
Dress in layers (including rain gear)
Note: pommel bags big enough for a water bottle are provided
|Limitations and Restrictions for Horseback Riding:||No children under the age of 7
No riders under 48″ tall
No riders over 250 lbs
Riders must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. No sandals!
NO cameras (digital, video or others) may be used while riding, cell phones, backpacks, fanny packs, weapons, bear spray, alcohol, smoking are not permitted.