Year Round Outdoor Activities in Glacier National Park

Outdoor enthusiasts will love your stay at Lone Elk Lodge's spacious condominiums, centrally located in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in East Glacier, just a short drive to Glacier National Park. Enoy a wide array of seasonal activities as you become one with nature, share in the habitat of the park's wildlife, and absorb the serenity of one of the most beautiful places on earth!


Glacier National Park kicks off their season Memorial Day weekend and provides outdoor fun for the whole family through mid-September, and beyond for the cross-country skiiers who enjoy its un-groomed trails during the winter months.

 

The freshly fallen snow of winter sheds a blanket January through March that provides ideal conditions for Cross-Country Skiing, snowshoeing, and Snowmobiling. The aficionado can enjoy countless un-groomed trails at every turn with some of the best snow our country has to offer. Though the park is closed to vehicle traffic during the colder months, skiiers can brave the backcountry ski trails all winter long.

 

The standard Fishing season runs May through November, with lake fishing available year-round. The area is known for its prized trout fishing that measure to monster proportions.

 

You can enjoy guided backpacking tours, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Biking, Fly Fishing Tours, Boating, Bird Watching, Picnicking and White Water Rafting mid-may through September.

 

Hunting Season for bears runs from April to May and again September through November. Big game hunting—moose, elk and deer, starts September 15th  through November 25th. You will need a tribal license and to hire a tribal guide. Please contact Blackfeet Reservation for licensing—Phone: 406-338-7406 or  406-338-7181. We recommend outfitter: Joe Kipp of Morning Star Outfitters.