Is there a weight limit?

Regardless of your riding experience level, participants in our trail rides must be 250 pounds or less. Imposing a weight limit is not a matter of prejudice, it is a means by which to ensure rider safety and the welfare … Continued

Is horseback riding easier than walking?

It is a common misconception that horseback riding is easier than walking. Horseback riding uses a tremendous number of muscles, many of which you may not be accustomed to using on a regular basis, so in some ways it can … Continued

What is there to do before and after our trip?

Many people are adding this trip to an extended vacation that includes a visit to Glacier National Park and/or the surrounding area.  We recommend heading to your local library for guide books on Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, Yellowstone, Montana, … Continued

What if I have to cancel?

We highly recommend purchasing trip insurance to cover your expenses and non-refundable deposits in the case that you have to cancel, or an unforeseen event occurs such as a fire closes an area, your flights get canceled, etc

How do the licenses for fishing work?

Montana has various options for fishing licenses; so the one you get depends on how long you will be in the state, and how many of those days you intend to fish. They are: 1-day, 2-day, 10-day and season fishing … Continued

What is an appropriate tip?

The most important thing for guests to remember is that guiding is a service business, and all guides and wranglers throughout the world rely on their tips as part of their earnings.  Having said that, like any service, they must … Continued

What if I have a fear of heights?

Our pack trips will surely bring some moments of exhilaration. For most folks, this doesn’t tip the scale towards terror. If your fear of heights is severe however, that may be something to reflect on before your trip. While you … Continued