Whitefish, MT, April 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The snow may be melting, but Glacier National Park still has plenty to offer adventurous visitors. To help the intrepid outdoors person take advantage of the warm season, Glacier Adventure Guides in Whitefish, Mont., has added guided hiking and rock climbing tours to their new 2010 Summer Adventures lineup beginning June 1.
Rock climbing tours leave daily to the shores of scenic Lake Koocanusa at Stone Hill in Northwest Montana, where climbers can experience all of the top-roping, edging and bumper belaying they can handle.
Not looking to scale one of Northwest Montana’s rock faces? Or maybe hungering to fit a little more fun into the day? Glacier Adventure Guides also offers thrilling hikes to Web and McGuire Lookout Towers in the peaks of Montana’s rugged and beautiful Whitefish Range. These hikes can be taken alone, or combined with rock climbing for a full day’s adventure. Both trips are also available as overnight getaways.
Experiences with Glacier Adventure Guides are all-inclusive, with equipment rental, transportation, park entrance fees and gourmet meals provided. Glacier Adventure Guides can even customize trips to match your specific skill levels and interests. Would you prefer a leisurely stroll through beargrass-laden fields, or a high-intensity uphill scramble to glimpse those famous Montana vistas? Glacier Adventure Guides can provide trekkers with all these trips and more.
Rest assured, safety is the number one priority during all excursions. Lead Guide Greg Fortin has years of mountain safety training and experience: he serves as Head Avalanche Instructor for the Flathead Nordic Ski Patrol, and has been exploring the peaks and crags of Glacier National Park and Northwest Montana for over 20 years. He is intimately familiar with the region’s terrain and has a wealth of knowledge to share about Glacier’s flora and fauna.
For more information, or to book your adventure today, visit www.glacieradventureguides.com or call the toll-free line at (877) 735-9514.