Number of Participants: Maximum of eight attendees – ground transportation, lodging, meals and activities provided Start Point: September 14 in Billings, Montana End Point: September 20 in Missoula, Montana
Transportation: Transportation provided from time of pick-up at Billings Hotel on Day 1 until time of drop-off in Missoula on Day 6.
Description: Glacier National Park, gorgeous mountain scenery, glacier fed rivers and lakes, farm-to-table food scene and farmers markets, wild life, hiking, biking and boating combine in this exciting six-day experience of Western Montana.
A sampling of items on the agenda:
Experience the epic grandeur and magnificent scenery of Glacier National Park.
Raft down one of Glacier Country’s glacial fed rivers.
Visit historic Kalispell and the Conrad Mansion.
Experience one of Western Montana’s dozens of farmers markets, including live music, food trucks and lots of local flavor in Whitefish’s charming downtown.
Sample Western Montana’s craft beverages at local brew pubs and spirits at local distilleries.
Tour Montana’s most intact ghost town—Garnet—for an inside view of the life of a goldminer.
Hike into the Swan Range with the help of llamas—for a half day llama trek.
Experience the cultural and food scene in Missoula: fine dining, farm-to-table restaurants, art galleries, and a vibrant and bustling downtown.
Visit the National Bison Range, where bison and wildlife abound.
Explore Wild Horse Island—and catch a glimpse of wild horses or big horn sheep—in the middle of Flathead Lake.