Glacier National Park

Red Bus Tours - Glacier Park Lodge

Looking Glass Hill Highway 4
East Glacier, Montana 59434

 

Scenic Red Bus Tours

The White Motor Company between 1936 and 1939 built glacier’s red-with-black trim vehicles. This fleet of Red Buses is considered the oldest intact fleet of passenger carrying vehicles anywhere. These 17 passenger convertible touring sedans are more than a mere means of transportation for locals and visitors - they are cherished, elegant icons of Glacier National Park

With their multiple doors and rollback canvas tops, the Reds are as much a part of Glacier National Park as the Going-to-the-Sun Road. While on a tour of the Park, you will marvel at the views from Logan Pass - 6646 feet high on the Continental Divide - the highest point on the breathtaking Going-to-the-Sun Road. By taking a Red Bus Tour, you are also helping the environment as they run on Propane which run 93% cleaner than gasoline

From half-day to full day tours, a Red Bus excursion of Glacier National Park is just what a relaxing vacation needs. Private Red Bus Tours are also available. Contact us at 406.892.2525 to book your Red Bus Tour

Red Bus Tours Glacier Park

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Cancellation Policy

Deposits are fully refundable for 30 days following the date the tour reservation was made. From 31 days after the reservation was made to 3 days prior to tour departure, the deposit will be refunded less a $15.00 administrative fee per tour. Cancellations made within 3 days of tour departure will result in a full forfeit of the deposit. For reservations made within 30 days prior to tour departure, the above policy applies with no 30-day grace period.

Please Note

Prices for all tours include transportation and guide service only. Park entry fees are not included. Children are 11 years of age or younger. Construction delays may occur. All rates quoted in U.S. funds and do not include gratuity. **Full tour dependent upon access to Logan Pass Visitor Center.


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Looking Glass Hill Highway 4
East Glacier, Montana 59434

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GLACIER PARK LODGE AND SURROUNDING PICKUP AREA

OLD NORTH TRAIL Tour -  $75/ $37.50 child (Late May, Early June and Late Sept. Only)
DEPARTS: 9 am Glacier Park Lodge -8 hour tour (Available from 5/26/2012 to 6/14/2012 and 9/17/2012 to 9/22/2012)

Details: Glacier’s “secret” Two Medicine Valley with a short optional stroll to Running Eagle Falls, then over Looking Glass Hill on the 10,000 year “Old North Trail”, then Swiftcurrent Valley and an optional lunch along the way - Return via the St. Mary Valley and viewing Wild Goose Island via the historic Going-to-the-Sun Road.

SECRET VALLEY Tour -  $45/adult $22.50/child (Available from 5/26/2012 to 9/22/2012)
DEPARTS: 9 am or 2pm, Glacier Park Lodge -3 hour tour

Details: Travel to the Two Medicine Valley, stop at trail to Running Eagle Falls for a optional stroll. Continue into “Secret Valley” for an included boat cruise along the base of one of Glacier’s largest mountains, Rising Wolf. Continue journey alongside one of the oldest roads in the world, The Old North Trail through the Blackfeet Indian reservation. The included boat tour is only offered 6/09/12 to 9/10/12. 


INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK Tour - $80/adult $40/child (Available from 6/09/2012 to 9/17/2012)
DEPARTS: 8:30 a.m., Glacier Park Lodge - 8 hour tour

Details: Begin tour on the 10,000 year “Old North Trail” near the Two Medicine Valley, Visit the Many Glacier Valley along the way to Waterton Lakes National Park. Visit the Prince of Wales Hotel for an optional Afternoon Tea served in the lobby. A Passport is required for this tour.


BIG SKY CIRCLE Tour - $80/adult $40/child (Available from 6/16/2012 to 9/17/2012)
DEPARTS: 9:00 a.m., Glacier Park Lodge - 8 hour tour

Details: Tour over Marias Pass with wildlife viewing at Goat Lick and a stop at the historic Izaak Walton Inn. Continue on to Lake McDonald and visit the grand cedar and hemlock forests that lie within the Lake McDonald Valley. (Optional lunch at Lake McDonald Lodge) Travel the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Logan Pass and down into the St. Mary Valley and stop to view Wild Goose Island. Complete the tour through the grasslands of the Blackfeet Indian reservation.

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Contact Info

To book, or for more information, call us toll-Free: 1-800-299-0396

or call this company directly: 406.892.2525

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