Glacier National Park - Whitewater Rafting

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As winter recedes and the snowpack in Glacier melts then it fills the rivers with mad rushing water. The peak time is late spring/early summer when the runoff is at its highest. Coming later in the year could mean your wild float is pretty mellow as the rivers will have calmed.

There are several white water rafting outfitters in Glacier. All are based out of West Glacier. Here are a few:
Glacier Outdoor Center Glacier Outdoor Center
$38 to $87
(800) 235-6781
Great Northern Rafting Great Northern Rafting
(800) 735-7897
Glacier Guides, Inc. Glacier Guides, Inc.
$40 to $107
(800) 521-7238
Wild River Adventures Wild River Adventures
$38 to $110 (800) 700-7056
Glacier Pictures Did you know?
The park contains 700 lakes but only 131 have been named. Lake McDonald, St. Mary Lake, Bowman Lake and Kintla Lake are the four largest lakes. Numerous smaller lakes, known as tarns, are located in cirques formed by glacial erosion. Some of these lakes, like Avalanche Lake and Cracker Lake, are colored an opaque turquoise by suspended glacial silt.
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