• Mt Reynolds

    Glacier

    National Park Montana

Scheduling and Guidelines

Scheduling A Field Trip
Program availability is first-come, first-served, and programs fill quickly. Group size is generally limited to 45 students plus at least 5 adults, but may be fewer on days when ranger staffing or space is limited. Group size is kept small enough for everyone's enjoyment and educational value, usually about 15 students per ranger.

To complete the program reservation form you will need to provide:

  • a contact phone number and an email address
  • group size and grade
  • school name and address
  • date you are interested in coming- it's a good idea to have alternate trip dates in case your first choice is taken. You can list these in the "comment" section.
  • field trip program you are interested in

To arrange a park visit, please complete and submit the field trip reservation form. If you have questions, you can contact Glacier's Education Specialist, Laura Law, 406-888-5837. If you need to cancel or re-schedule, please let us know as soon as possible.

 

Guidelines For Your Trip

Before your group arrives, it is important to be aware of some basic guidelines. Regardless of the season, students and chaperones will have a more enjoyable experience if they are well-equipped for the day. The following handouts will help inform everyone of the expectations for the trip:

Tips for a Successful Field Trip (pdf format)

Chaperone Responsibilities (pdf format)

How to Dress for the Fire Ecology Field Trip (pdf format)

How to Dress for the Avalanche Lake Earth Science Field Trip (pdf format)

How to Dress for a Winter Field Trip (pdf format)

Did You Know?

Beargrass

Did you know that once Beargrass blooms and then dies, a new stalk will bloom 5-10 years after that?