Field Trips and Events

Climate Hike in Glacier National Park

July 29, 2018 - August 02, 2018

West Glacier, MT


This summer, join us for Climate Hike Glacier, a charitable hiking challenge that will take you through the wildest national park in the U.S. as you raise money for your favorite non-profit organization, including The Nature Conservancy.

On this hike, you'll spend four days hiking the iconic trails on the Crown of the Continent, covering more than 40 miles across the park as you learn about its unique ecosystem and discuss the threat of climate change with climate ecologist and Nobel Prize winner, Steve Running.


Fundraising Commitment: $3,000 minimum      
Trip Length: 5 days      
Activity: 4 days hiking + 1/2 day whitewater rafting      
Total Mileage: 35 to 50, with multiple daily mileage options      
Average Daily Mileage: 11      
Accommodations: Camping (hotel options available)      
Maximum Group Size: 30 people

All breakfasts, dinners, packed lunches, snacks, camping, guiding, and shuttles are included. Participants must bring their own tent, sleeping bag, and pad or can rent this equipment in advance through Glacier Guides. Participants will carry just a daypack with snacks, water, and personal items while hiking.

Click here to see the hike’s full itinerary and reserve your spot in this spectacular journey.


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