GOING TO THE SUN ROAD RESERVATIONS 2021 UPDATE: Glacier National Park will require reservations to enter the park from May 28th to September 6th. YOUR BIKE OR KAYAK RENTALS WITH GLACIER OUTFITTERS WILL SERVE AS YOUR ENTRY TICKET, WITH YOUR PARK PASS, ON THE DAY OF YOUR RENTAL. To learn more please visit GNP's Website
Glacier Outfitters rents high-quality E-bikes, hybrid, road bikes with disc brakes, and mountain bikes for all of your biking adventures. Rentals (with the exception of Going to the Sun Road rentals) can be made for 4 hours or whole day.
We will accept online bookings for these rentals after Going To The Sun Road closes. Call us for more information
14 Miles RT. Take a beautiful ride and stop for lunch at our local distillery in Coram, MT. On the way home, stop at Halfmoon Lake for a swim (right off the bike path, easy to miss dirt road). Then enjoy the view of Southern Glacier Park on the way back into West Glacier. Bike to Belton Bridge, by going through West Glacier and taking a right at "Old Bridge Road". Bike over the bridge and put your bikes off to the side and go down to the river and enjoy the beauty! Take the gravel path back and go straight. The road will turn into the bike path to Apgar Village and will end in Apgar Village. Drop off your bike and walk down to the shoreline, for one last view or swim in Lake McDonald.
24 Miles RT. Ride from our shop on Camas road, which is a wide road with a nice shoulder. Enjoy beautiful mountain views and wildflowers. It is a previous burn area, so start early in the morning to avoid the summer afternoon heat. Stop at McGee Meadow to learn what a Fen is. At 12 Miles, you will hit the Northfork River and Northfork Road. Lock up your bike and hike up Demer's Ridge (7.2 miles) for beautiful views of Glacier's Livingston Range and the Northfork River. You don't need to hike very far to get these views! Want to learn more about Glacier on your ride? Add a 1 mile hike with the Forest and Fire Nature Trail, which can be found right after the Camas Road Entrance on the south side of the road.
See our handy guide for choosing your bike!
Bikes may be picked up the evening before your rental begins by request. Please text our reservations desk to set this up. We cannot guarantee that bikes will be ready for pick-up prior to your reservation start time.
If you do not need to make special arrangements for an early pick-up, bike rentals start at 8 AM. During early season, all bike rentals will be full day rentals. Peak season (usually after July 4th) bikes may be available for half day rentals.
No. We do not allow any attachments on our electric bikes for the safety of our customers.
Yes. Be aware that you will be biking in heavy traffic with steep drop offs, regardless of the time of day you choose to go. We do not recommend biking with children once the road is open. Additionally, please be aware of limits to the time you can be on the road on a bike during peak season. More information is available on the Glacier National Park website.
See our handy guide to bikeable routes in the park for more information!
Reservations are not cancelled for fog, rain or a chilly day. We will cancel if the conditions are not suitable for paddling or biking (lightning, strong winds or extreme weather). Cancellations made at least 3 days prior to the trip will receive a full refund. Cancelling with a 24 hours notice or more will be able to transfer payment to a future trip or program. Cancellations made with less than 24 hours notice will receive no refund. No shows will also forfeit the entire reservation fee. If we cancel due to emergency, extreme weather, or if the rental item is down for repairs you may reschedule or receive a full refund. In the event Glacier Outfitters has to cancel the reservation, we will make every attempt to contact you in a timely fashion.
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