Welcome to the Backbone of the World

Sun Tours offers daily Blackfeet interpretive tours through Glacier National Park on Going-to-the-Sun Road and throughout Blackfeet Country

NEW MAY 17, 2021 COVID-19 UPDATE: Oki (hello) traveler! We hope you are staying safe during these uncertain times! The day has finally come, we are now taking reservations! Before going any further, please read the following:

  • ALL reservations must be made through our reservation line at 406-732-9220. NO reservation will be confirmed unless you speak to a representative to book your tour. We are experiencing extremely high call volume, so we appreciate your patience.
  • You will NOT need a ticket for Glacier National Park’s new Ticketed Entry System IF you have a confirmed reservation with Sun Tours (or another concessioner/service). You will still need a normal Park pass, such as an Annual/Vehicle/Senior, etc. You can read more on that here.
  • We will not be offering ANY west side tours from the Apgar Visitor Center until the Going to the Sun Road fully opens (typically the end of June) but we are anticipating east side operations starting June 1st. Masks will be required throughout the duration of every tour. If you have any questions regarding these changes, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at glaciersuntours@gmail.com. Thank you for understanding, and more importantly, helping keep our vulnerable Tribal communities safe during this time.

Come and visit our homeland and jump on a tour as we start our 29th season as an authorized concessionaire of Glacier National Park. And more importantly, a local Tribal business that shares our sacred connection to this landscape that goes back thousands of years. As you pass by beautiful sights and incredible views, enjoy an interpretation from one of our guides that specialize in local Blackfeet culture, history, family, and modern-day lifestyle.

Sun Tours is independently owned and operated by Ed & Toni DesRosier (a Blackfeet Chartered Tribal Business). Now residing in St. Mary, Montana, Ed and his wife Toni are members of the Blackfeet and Assiniboine Sioux Tribes.

Half Day Tours

We provide daily half-day tours that travel Going-to-the-Sun-Road from each side of the Continental Divide. Both scenic tours provide beautiful photo opportunities and convenient rest stops. West Side stops may include Lake McDonald, Avalanche/Trail of the Cedars, Red Rocks, Bird Woman Falls, Big Bend, and Logan Pass. East Side stops may include Rising Sun, Deadhorse Curve, Wild Goose Island, Sunrift Gorge, Grizzly Point, Jackson Glacier Overlook, Big Bend, and Logan Pass.

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Full Day Tours

Our premier and most popular tour is our full day tour that begins on the East Side of Glacier National Park on the Blackfeet Reservation. This route covers the Eastern approach to Glacier National Park along the Rocky Mountain Front, also known as the Backbone of the World, and Going-to-the-Sun-Road. We make many brief stops once in the interior of the Park, some of our most popular being the Iron Teepee’s, Wild Goose Island, Jackson Glacier, and Logan Pass. We pick up daily from the Izaak Walton Inn (minimum of 4) in Essex, MT, the historic Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier Park, MT, and the Glacier Peaks Hotel in Browning, MT, which is the heart of the Reservation.

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Custom Tours

Are you visiting Glacier National Park with your family, special group, or company? Are you interested in creating a personal, private itinerary? If so, we would love to accommodate your needs and be happy to provide a special experience as you visit the Crown of the Continent, and the Backbone of the World! We offer special packages for any private inquiries or tour bus groups, and can provide a special 13 passenger Limo Bus, on request.

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Call or Submit an Inquiry Today to Book Your Tour

(800) 786-9220 or (406) 732-9220

Comfortable Seating & Air Conditioning

Passenger Coaches

Daily, Private,
& Group Tours

Greetings Traveler

Our Guides are life-time residents of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and possess extensive knowledge in many facets of Tribal History, culture, and lifestyle. They provide an all-encompassing history and experience surrounding the landscape of Glacier National Park’s inhabited areas: Park history; animal species; common plants and roots used for nutrition and medicine; and the Blackfoot spiritual and philosophical perspectives/stories of life in the Buffalo Days as well as modern times.