Glacier National Park White Water Rafting
You Gotta Stop!
The Clark Fork River On your way to Glacier National Park
"World Famous Whitewater Rafting near Glacier National Park!"
Why should you stop by the Clark Fork River on your way to Glacier National Park?
The Stop is Worth It!!! - The Clark Fork River is on your way to Glacier Nationa Park and often
has better whitewater than the rivers around Glacier National Park because the rapids are bigger and the season is
longer. Montana Whitewater River Rafting click here.
Whitewater Class III/IV - just enough excitement that will get you screaming and
laughing all the way to GNP.
Eye-Popping Scenery- you'll float underneath purple cliffs, beside ancient sandstone, old log
flumes and you'll see bald eagles, beavers, deer and who knows what else? You'll love Glacier National Park, but
you'll love the whitewater river rafting
All-you-can-eat homemade lunch: everything you eat is cooked fresh that morning!
The Happiest Social Hour in Montana!: keep your trip going with a post trip socail hour - - FREE
beer, juice, soda and water while you tell stories and relive the adventure!
A little bit of EVERYTHING - on your trip you'll experience whitewater, easy scenic floating,
you can swim through rapids if you want, play with squirt guns on the river (optional) and hot western Montana sun
shine. Montana Whitewater River Rafting click here.
Where are you comming from?
If your summer vacation starts or ends in Spokane, WA;
northern Idaho or Missoula, Montana on your way to Glacier National Park, you've got to visit Pangaea River
What do you do before or after you've been to Glacier National Park?
Call Pangaea River Rafting. In Glacier Country there's a lot to see and do, but there's just as much to see before
you get to Glacier National Park. Montana Whitewater River Rafting click
On Your Way To Glacier?
On your way to Glacier Park for river
rafting? Give us a call and make a reservation on one of our Whitewater Rafting trips, River Wine
Floats, Easy Scenic Tours for the youngest of children on the Clark Fork River.
Whitewater through the World Famous Alberton Gorge near Missoula,
The family whitewater is exceeded by none on the Alberton Gorge of the Clark Fork River. Big Sky Country scenery, a delicious lunch and
homemade dessert, and the kind of whitewater that will have you laughing and smilling all the way to Glacier
Glacier National Park via Missoula,
The Clark Fork River is on your way to
Glacier National Park. This is the "must see" river of western Montana. Don't go to
Glacier National Park without stopping!
*Trips often fill up. Don’t be
disappointed, call or email right now to make sure you don’t “miss the boat.”
Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over
700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive
the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans. Explore Glacier
National Park and discover what awaits you.
Welcome to the Glacier National Park Page. This site is dedicated to providing useful information
on Glacier National Park. Learn about the park's history and wildlife; discover scenic hiking trails and beautiful campgrounds. Plan a trip or vacation using detailed downloadable maps and referencing our sights guide, check the
weather of the area, get the park address and driving directions, and find national park hotels and lodging.
Wild River Adventures in Glacier National Park offers whitewater river rafting trips in the
country greatest National Park since 1985. Our Montana Adventures include Whitewater Rafting, Fly Fishing, Scenic
Floats, Inflatable Kayaking and trail rides. Please call us at 1 800-700-7056.
Call toll FREE 1-877-239-2392
When was Glacier National Park created? The park was created in 1910 and provides over one
million acres of habitat and unspoiled landscapes for wildlife and visitors from around the world. Even the lodges
preserve the beauty and old world flavor of Glacier National Park.
The rocks even have history. 1 billion years of history that is! The geologic history of Glacier National Park
is read in the numerous exposed layers of Precambrian sedimentary formations. Subsequent sculpting by massive
bodies of ice has transformed this area into a dramatic example of glacial landforms. Today those forces have
created the playground of water and light that make whitewater river rafting in Glacier National
Park the vacation attraction that it is.