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Discover the joys of overnight rafting adventures at Glacier National Park. Extended trips all end in the West Glacier area with the longest trips starting farthest upriver. An average day's float is 15 miles of spectacular scenery, with most of the whitewater coming in the last day. These trips use the North Fork during late summer when water levels on the Middle Fork are insufficient.
We are a member of Rafting America providing the best white water rafting trips in the America's.
*Mountain Photography takes photos of all whitewater trips (mid-June through Labor Day) and are sold separately in our main office.
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- Rafting on the border of Glacier with Montana Raft Company.
- How to Pack for an Overnight Raft Trip
- What to wear on a Rafting Trip
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