Tour Details & Pricing
Season: May 25th – October 1st, 2020
Price does not include lunch or entrance fee to Glacier National Park. The full-day tour may stop at the Museum of the Plains Indian, which may be an added cost. The child rate applies to children 12 and under – children under 6 are free
East Side Tour
St. Mary Visitor Center
9:30 AM – 1 PM
Spend a half-day enjoying the eastern side of Going to the Sun Road up to the top of Logan Pass. Ride along and listen to our local Blackfeet guides give an interpretation on culture, family, history, and this landscape we call home. Along the route, the bus will make several 10 to 15-minute stops on the way up to the Logan Pass Visitor Center, a longer stop on top, and usually a few on the way back down. These stops may include Two Dog Flats, Rising Sun, Wild Goose Island, Sun Point, Sunrift Gorge, Jackson Glacier, and many others.
West Side Tour*
Apgar Visitor Center
9 AM – 1PM
Spend a half-day exploring the west approach to the summit of Logan Pass on a comfortable bus ride, hearing local knowledge from a member of the Blackfeet Tribe. Along the way, the bus will make several 10 to 15-minute stops for spectacular views and amazing photo opportunities. These stops may include the Lake McDonald Lodge, Red Rocks, Trail of the Cedars, Birdwoman Falls, the Weeping Wall, Big Bend, and many more.
*Will not start until Logan Pass opens (Typically opens end of June)
Izaak Walton Inn (Essex)
7:30 AM – 4 PM
* Minimum of Four
Glacier Park Lodge (East Glacier)
8 AM – 3:30 PM
Glacier Peaks Hotel (Browning)
8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
This tour starts from the high plains and covers an incredible area that is home to over 1500 species of plants, as well as multitudes of North American free-roaming wildlife, some of which include elk, deer, moose, antelope, black bears, and grizzly bears. From there, you will enter Glacier National Park from its East entrance at the St. Mary Visitor Center, and continue up on Going-to-the-Sun-Road. Take advantage of numerous photo opportunities along the route that may include stops such as Rising Sun, Deadhorse Curve, Wild Goose Island, Sunrift Gorge, Grizzly Point, Jackson Glacier Overlook, Big Bend, the Weeping Wall, and Logan Pass.
Sun Tours is proud to offer private custom tours through Glacier National Park and Blackfeet Country. We can accommodate anything from small family groups to large commercial tour buses.
Typically we offer four, six, or eight-hour private tours based on what your group would like to see and do. Enjoy having the coach all to yourself, as well as more personalized conversations with our local guides in a one on one setting. You may bring food/snacks/drinks on the bus or request a lunch stop at a local eatery. Looking to hike the Highline Trail or Hidden Lake Overlook on top of Logan Pass? Our driver will drop you off and wait for your return with guaranteed priority parking. If this sounds like what you or your group may be interested in, please submit a custom tour itinerary on our contact page and we will be in touch!
*Special discounts available for large groups
Tour Essentials: What to Pack
The weather in Glacier National Park varies greatly by elevation and can change rapidly from clear sunny skies to wind, rain storms and possibly snow. As you prepare for your tour, please bring plenty of layers, especially for stops that are off the bus. In addition to your typical active vacation attire, please be sure to bring:
*NOTE: Bear spray is not mandatory or typically necessary. Additionally, it is considered a weapon and cannot be brought onto any commercial flights. If interested in purchasing, it can be bought at many locations in and around Glacier National Park.
If a tour is cancelled 7 days prior to the reserved tour date, a full refund will be issued, minus a $10 cancellation fee. 6 days or less will result in no refund.
*If Sun Tours cancels a tour at any time, a full refund will be issued.