The northeast corner of Montana is home to vast mountain lakes for summer recreation, picturesque ski slopes, and the revered Glacier National Park.

With over 700 miles of trails and 1,583 square miles of wilderness, Glacier is a hiker’s haven for those looking to get into the remote country of the West. Its pristine bodies of water, rugged mountain ranges, alpine forests, and sprawling meadows make for views that seem too majestic to be real. Flathead Lake, just south of Glacier, is nearly 30 miles long and a hub for boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming in the summer months. The lake is surrounded by lively bars, restaurants, and numerous farms where you can pick fresh Flathead cherries. West Glacier is a hub for whitewater rafters looking for adventure on the Flathead River as well.

When you visit Glacier Country, plan to spend plenty of time outside, taking in the sights and sounds of pristine wilderness at its best.

Glacier Lodging









Paddle Boarding

Scenic Drives

Skiing & Snowboarding



Whitewater Rafting

Wildlife Viewing

Glacier Blog

How to Beat the Heat in Montana This Summer

Post Date: 08/10/2021

Record high temperatures in Montana this summer don’t need to put a damper on an adventurous vacation. Between high alpine regions and plenty of river miles to go around, you can find a whole lot of ways to cool off, even when it gets hot. Here are a few of...

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Adapting to the Changes and Planning Future Adventures

Post Date: 03/31/2020

We’re all living in unprecedented times with the current spread of COVID-19. Here at Highline Adventures, we work hard to keep our staff, our community, and our families safe, as well as yours. We understand and encourage the current government recommendations about limiting nonessential travel. We will continue to take...

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Where to Look for Gems in the Treasure State of Montana

Post Date: 12/21/2021

Montana has earned its nickname of the Treasure State many times over. With abundant natural beauty, the treasure of fresh air and healthy forests, and glittering rivers and lakes, it seems only fitting. But the long history of mining—whether for gold, silver, and copper or gemstones—ties in too. When you...

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