Visiting Glacier National Park and Need A Plan?
We got you covered.

We Support This Park!

At We’re in the Rockies, we believe in preservation and donate 5% of the proceeds of your purchase to Glacier National Park Conservancy to ensure access and enjoyment to future generations.

Our Travel Guides

A Flexible

Our itinerary works if you’re visiting Glacier for one day or seven days! Our plan is adjustable based on your needs. It also includes options for those wishing to hike less but still get the Glacier experience.

The “Bear”

And since you’re in Bear Country, we tell you what you need to do to be prepared for grizzlies. Glacier is one of the best places to see grizzlies in the lower 48 states.

A Step-By-Step Game Plan.

You can’t fail with our easy to follow instructions including destinations, arrival times and over 40 images and maps to keep you on course. We don’t give you a bunch of information and let you figure it out. We give you a step-by-step plan for seeing the park. No fluff.

The First Stop on your Glacier Tour

Our guide eliminates months of planning and gives you secrets only an insider knows.

Mountain High

Want to see an actual Glacier? Just follow the plan, and you’ll get a Rocky Mountain experience to tell your friends and family.

To the Sun
and Back

You’ll fall in love with Glacier while driving the Going to the Sun Road. We show you the best overlooks and activities to do on the famous Going to the Sun Road. Do this once in a lifetime experience right the first time!

Your itinerary for Glacier was an essential tool for me and my wife that we used to navigate the huge area. It hit on every major location and we got everything done in the 4 days allocated. Highly recommend to anyone traveling to Glacier!
Robert T.
Avid Adventurer

Big Sky Country and Beyond

We provide things to do near the park in Montana. We also provide a complimentary guide for Waterton, the “Canadian side” of Glacier National Park.

Your first stop on your Glacier National Park Tour.

Our guide eliminates months of planning and costs a fraction of what a tour guide would cost.

Pick Your Package

Glacier One Day Guide - $19

Glacier Multi-Day Guide - $39.99

Audio Guide

Glacier Multi-Day Guide - $39

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Visiting Grand Teton or Yellowstone as well?

Buy two guides and get 10% off your order; buy 3 guides and get 20% off your order!

Frequently Asked Questions

The itinerary and audio guide are available immediately upon purchase, right on this webpage. You will also receive an email within 30 minutes with download links in case you need to revisit the links and download the items later. If you don’t receive your email, check your junk mail folder. If it’s not there, contact and we’ll be in touch with you within 1 business day. Your links expire in 2 weeks.

The itinerary is a PDF, which works with any device. We suggest printing it or putting it on your tablet for easier reading.  Our audio guide (when available) is compatible with Apple and Android, but the download process is slightly different. Detailed instructions for Apple and Android are included with purchase.

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Anyone who wants to see the best of the Glacier National Park.  People who enjoy our guides are typically families who want to save time and money by getting an efficient plan, or people who like to learn about the places they are visiting. It’s flexible enough to work if you like hiking or if you’d rather do more driving, boating, or sight-seeing.

When the audio guide is available, here’s what you’ll need: 

  • You will need to save the .mp3 files to your phone or tablet.  When you purchase the guide, it will come with instructions showing you how to save the files to your device.
  • You will need a way to listen to them while driving, such as:
    • bluetooth connection
    • cable connection
    • earbuds or wireless ear pods

No! Glacier National Park isn’t open during the winter.  Well, some sections are open but the Going to the Sun Road isn’t open, and no one really visits in the winter.

Yes!! Although we update our guides as needed, the concepts how to view each park are meant to be timeless. We encourage you to purchase the guide as soon as you know you will be traveling. It will help you determine which areas to stay and how many days to obtain lodging. As you approach leaving for your trip, you are welcome to email us to see if there is a more current version of the guide and we would be happy to send a link for a download, free of charge.