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We are not anticipating as big a run-off as last year, but fishing should start a bit earlier and the rafting is always good. We always caution earlier season private rafters about changing river conditions and hazards – be careful and always check conditions before you put a craft into the water.
There is a lot of activity at Glacier Outdoor Center, as the remodel continues.
Our local paper, the Flathead Beacon recently published a story from the Christian Science Monitor by Mark Guarino which tells us that the northern tier of the United States has been decidedly devoid of the white stuff so far this year.
Never get tired of the eye candy from the Glacier Park webcams. Winter views add an entirely different perspective to the gorgeous vistas of the park.
How’d you like to come upon this while taking a casual stroll?
Glacier Park posted these user-submitted photos of some tracks near the West Glacier Bridge… Check out more images on …
Even though Glacier Outdoor Center is buttoned down for the winter, we’re still out there in cyberspace. Our online reservation system is waiting patiently (computers are like that) for you to book your spring and summer rafting, fishing excursions, and guided wilderness trips.
National Geographic Kids is having an essay contest for 9-14 year olds. Grand prize is an adventure trip to Montana!
One of Coram’s residents has moved south to West Yellowstone’s Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. He may be easy going but this restless three year old grizzly bear was captured in the western region of Glacier National Park.
Writer Debbie Olsen recently visited Glacier Outdoor Center for some fly fishing lessons. She later wrote about her experience in the Calgary Herald; check out what she had to say!
Here is a lowdown of what rivers we run in the Flathead Valley!