Glacier Day Tripper’s Package (Old version)

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One day you’re going to drive Going-to-the-Sun Road and the next you’re going to go hiking. Save money with the Day Tripper’s Package that has both the Driving Guide and the Day Hikes Guide!

Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide

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The Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide was designed to simply answer the question, “Where should we hike today?” These maps take the wonderful intuitiveness and visualization from a beautiful topographical map that Jake built from the ground up and couple it with short descriptions of all 88 day hikes that you’d get from a book to get you a sense of the trail. The magic happens with Jake’s ranking of the trails using his expertise of comparing all of them to help answer the question, “Should we hike trail A or trail B?”

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Going-to-the-Sun Road Driving Guide

Looking for the perfect trip over Going-to-the-Sun Road? Use this driving guide to find all the right stops and the order in which you should stop for the best photos and a parking spot at Logan Pass so that you don’t miss a thing!

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Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide

Glacier National Park’s one million acres of rugged beauty are laced with 734 miles of trail. From dense forests to windy peaks, finding the right trail for you, your family, or your friends can be tricky.

This map guide was laid out to help you decide which trails to explore using distance, slope difficulty, and Jake’s recommendations. Jake has identified 88 hikes and sorted them from the trails he would recommend you to hike first to the last one he’d have you try.

Map features are:
  • 88 day hikes ranked by Jake from best to worst
  • Color coded trail segments indicate trail steepness
  • Descriptions give you a sense of the hike
  • Distances labeled between junctions and/or features
  • Family friendly and early season hikes labeled
  • Topographic lines help determine elevation change
  • All 234 summits and high points recognized by the Glacier Mountaineering Society displayed
  • Printed on synthetic paper to be waterproof and tear resistant
  • Map folds out to 39″ x 26″

Going-to-the-Sun Road Driving Guide

Driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road is an incredible experience. Use this guide to make it even better. Jake has driven the road countless times and chose all the great stops and puts them in the right order so that you can take pictures when the light is right, get a parking spot at Logan Pass and not miss anything!

Map features are:
  • Recommended stops along Going-to-the-Sun Road
  • Order of stops
  • Hand-drawn map featuring mountain shapes and buildings
  • Printed on synthetic paper to be waterproof and tear resistant
  • Map folds out to 26″x18.5″

Additional information

Weight .1 oz
Dimensions .25 × 4 × 9 in

Day Hikes of Glacier National Park Map Guide

Weight 3.4 oz

Going-to-the-Sun Road Driving Guide

Weight 1.6 oz

4 reviews for Glacier Day Tripper’s Package (Old version)

  1. Ryan (verified owner)

    I stumbled across this site when I was planning our trip last year, and I’m so glad I did. These maps/guides provide a wealth of great information that really helped us to have a great trip in Glacier and to maximize our time there. Nothing against the park maps as they are great and serve their purpose for an overall park map, but if your primary goal is hiking, the day hikes map provides just the right level of detail and removes the “extra” stuff not associated with hiking. The commentary on each of the hikes on the back is also great. The GTTSR guide was incredibly valuable as well, because we only had 1 day to drive across and back this helped us know what to look for. I have been recommending these products to anyone we know that is considering a trip to Glacier. Thanks Jake, and keep up the great work!

  2. Mitch

    In planning a trip to Glacier National Park, I found a Youtube video of Jake’s about his Day Hikes of Glacier National Park. From there I found his web site and the Glacier Day Tripper’s Package. I am convinced this is the best set of maps to have before you head to the park. Using the Going to the Sun Road map along with the Day Hikes map worked out great. The GTSR map helped us easily find the trail heads and the DH maps, with all of the info, helped us plan well in advance for our trip. My wife and I spent some time on looking at all of the info on Glacier. With that and the maps in hand, our short 4 day visit was great. We had a plan in place before we left home that allowed us to make the most of our time and made our trip very enjoyable. Our maps were packed in suitcases, back packs, glove boxes and of course dropped more than a few times. They are still in great shape. It might be a while before we get back to Glacier but our maps will be ready.

  3. Mary Ellen

    These two maps should be in everyone’s possession if they are planning a hiking or scenic tour of Glacier Park. They are the best two maps of Glacier, geared to both hikers and auto tourers that have ever been available before. Not only are they great maps but the descriptions of trails and Going to the Sun Road are concise and accurate. They are also waterproof and tearproof. LOVE these maps and all the information Jake imparts on his blog and in his fabulous ad-free trail videos.

  4. Kaitlyn (verified owner)

    I just received my Glacier Day Tripper’s Bundle in the mail today & am already impressed! First, the feel of these maps are so nice–they’re smooth & durable. They’re made from a plastic material, meaning they will stand up to the wear-and-tear of the opening, closing, & refolding we will no doubt do when we use them on our trip to Glacier. I’ll start with the G-t-t-S Map first. Simplistic colors where used in the map itself, not overwhelming the user & allowing for easy interpretation. The stops are numbered in order of how you will come to them (whether from the West or East–he tells you how to follow them depending on your direction of travel), & there are color-coded milage numbers associated with each stop that let will keep you aware of an upcoming stop if you pay attention & reset your odometers from the entrance stations. On the descriptive side, you’ll find a few sentences on each of the stops as well as small illustrations on some. Next, the Day Hikes Map Guide is noticeably thicker than the other, but this has a lot more info to cover. I *love* that he has broken down the trails into color-coded geographical areas of the park, & that he lists his personal rankings of his favorite to least hikes. He has taken care to note which trails are family friendly, have vault toilets, picnic areas, bus stops, visitor centers, etc. Within each individual trail are color-coded sections of easy to steep slopes, so you can get a general idea of what you can expect along your route. On the flip side from the map is a wealth of info. The trails are broken down into sections based on their overall distance & within these sections, it’s indicated where it falls on his “favorites” list, & what geographical area of the park it’s in as well as short descriptions on each trail. I seriously can’t get over the quality, organization, & thoughtfulness put into these guides! Would whole-heartedly recommend these to anyone planning a trip to Glacier!

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