Seattle to Glacier

Winner of a National Geographic Adventures ’50 Tours of a Lifetime’ Award! From Seattle, Washington to East Glacier National Park, Montana. Spinning through three states and finishing with a one-of-a-kind train ride. Take on the Cascade, Selkirk and even the Rocky Mountain ranges as you spin through this 700-mile, 10-day extravaganza. On arrival in Whitefish, Montana, hop aboard Amtrak’s Empire Builder train, with private sleeping cars – and head right on back to Seattle.


  • Glacier National Park
  • The Cascade, Selkirk and Rocky Mountains.
  • This tour is operated under special use permit/s with the Mt Baker-Snoqualmle National Forest and
  • Glacier National Park


TypeRoad bike, Hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration 6 days
Daily distance70- 125 mi
Total distance702 mi / 1129 km
Group sizeMaximum 13
MonthJuly, August
States or countryWashington, Montana, Idaho
Airport startSeattle-Tacoma Int Airport SEA
Airport finishSeattle-Tacoma Int Airport SEA

Starting from $ 4,715.00

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