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Not Your Average
Day Hike.

Escape the ordinary, and venture into the depth of adventure - Glacier National Park style. You're off the crowded tourist trails here. Nothing but spectacular scenery and tranquil summer days await.

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Glacier National Park

Welcome to our mighty outdoor playground, where grand, rugged peaks rule. You're likely to feel pretty humbled when you venture onto one of Glacier National Park's trails - but if you're anything like us, you'll be captivated by the spirit of discovery that exists in these parts.
Heather Mountain Lodge is located just on the Eastern side of the Park entry point – which is probably why we've earned ourselves a bit of a reputation for being a well-deserved haven for alpinists and adventurers exploring the region. The park spans 1,349 km2, and so we'll forgive you if you take some time deciding where to explore first.
For seasoned hikers looking for a challenge, the Park's summits and technical ridges will make you work for the victory, but we promise it's always worth it. And, it's not all for the more hardcore of hikers, with some less-strenuous half-day trails guaranteed to hit the spot. Whatever you're seeking, we'll guide you in the right direction – our team are local experts and know the Park trails well.

Let us point out ...

We have some great recommendations for all Glacier National Park explorers. From simple and informative strolls, to the epic day hikes to the top of the peaks, we've done them all and these are the must do's!

Our Favourites

Casual Stroll Half Day Jaunt Full On Day Hike

Hikers

OUR TOP PICK

It's not easy to pick favourites when you're as spoilt for hiking choices as we are. But, if we absolutely had to, we'd likely say the Perley Rock, followed by an extra bump to the base of the Illecillewaet Glacier. It's one that takes some stamina, and timing (late summer is best) but these views are worth the challenge, and the braver hiker might even dip into the glacier lake before heading back down!