Beginner’s Guide to Hiking GNP

Beginner’s Guide to Hiking GNP

Hiking, walking in nature as a recreational activity. Because hikers can walk as far as they want, there is no physical strain

Are you new to Glacier National Park mountain hiking or looking to find some new trails?

GNP has trails for all hiking abilities. Some self-guided walks interpret trailside features with signs. The Trail of the Cedars, Forest and Fire, Hidden Lake, Running Eagle Falls, and Swift current Nature Trails encourage hikers to experience Glacier National Park at their own pace.

The Trail of the Cedars and Running Eagle Falls trails are wheelchair accessible.

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So whether you’re looking for someone to lead a stress-free mountain bike adventure for the whole family, or simply want a fellow ripper to help you find the best dirt, guided tours are tailored specifically to you and your needs.

Professional guides will pair you with a ride that compliments your skill level and desires, and get you safely out on the trails in no time.