We are hikers and cyclists and guides with a passion for Northwest Montana. We combine our experience in logistics, outdoors, and customer service to provide our Clients a World Class Experience.
Andy is a veritable encyclopedia of information on Glacier National Park and the surrounding area. A former Red Bus Driver, and having worked in the hospitality industry for years, he keeps his guests entertained with fascinating stories about the history, ecology, and geology of his favorite place on earth!
Larry recently retired from a career in management at UPS. His passions include hunting & fishing and he has been busy building a floatplane.
Jess made her way to the Flathead Valley via Colorado. She has worked in the travel and tourism industry for over a decade in multiple states; including Colorado, Oregon, and Alaska. An avid traveler, Jess has chased adventures as far east as Vietnam and as far south as Peru. In the summer she spends all her free time on the river. In the winter you’ll find her snowboarding on the mountain or enjoying a beer at the Summit House.
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Pray For Snow!
FAVORITE HIKING TRAIL: Floral Park
Julie has spent the last 15 years steadily migrating north away from the heat of southeast Texas. She learned to mountain bike in the foothills of Denver. She is also a skier, a runner, a yogi, cross-fit 3x a week to keep everything strong. In 2019, Julie received her mountain bike instructor certification and loves helping people improve their mountain biking skills. You can often find her out at Spencer mountain playing on the new jump features off Maple Syrup.
You can reach Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Guava Cream Ale
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Reservoir
Thomas is a world traveler who always packs his mountain bike! He will be helping us with clinics, guiding, and shuttles.
You can reach Thomas at email@example.com
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Pray For Snow Winter Ale
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Whitefish Trail
Hugh is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast and an avid cyclist, skier, hiker, climber, hockey player and multi-sport athlete. He’s most at home when he’s powering up hills on the pavement, or carving singletrack down through the trees. When not adventuring under his own power he can be found motorcycling on and off-road all over the country.
You can reach hugh at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Raspberry CRUSH
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Reid Divide
Serial entrepreneur, mechanical engineer, product designer, wheel builder, bicycle rider and the Flathead Valley's NICA coach for the high school & middle school. Former solar and geothermal energy R&D program manager.
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Anything Hazy!
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Alpine 7
Doug is active outdoors year-round with cross-country skiing, hiking, rafting, bicycling and kayaking. A former Red Bus Driver, he is extremely knowledgeable about Glacier National Park, its surroundings and all of the animals which make this area their home. He can tell you what's going on with our local glaciers and also spin tales of the original pioneers who worked and homesteaded in the Flathead Valley.
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Pray for Snow Winter Ale FAVORITE HIKING TRAIL:
Jared grew up in the mountains of Virginia where he started his career as a structural engineer. He and his family hit the road in an RV to see the country and made it as far as Whitefish – they knew immediately that was their new home. Jared loves spending time in the outdoors trail running, mountain biking, skiing, and hiking.
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Any of their awesome IPA's!
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Reservoir with a side of Haskill!
Jess grew up in the mountains of Whitefish, Montana with a spirit for outdoor adventures and where she first connected with riding bikes. Her racing career started with the XTERRA off-road triathlon and USAC Ultra Endurance MTB Tour disciplines. Jess then transitioned to road cycling, where she spent five years racing around the country and world at the UCI Continental level through 2019. Since her completion of a M.S. in Exercise Physiology at San Diego State University in 2007, she has been an accomplished personal chef and caterer, primarily in southern California. Her recipes are featured in Triathlete and Women’s Running Magazine. Jess's main passion off the bike is JoJé Bar, a gluten-free, real-food energy bar, which she operates as the company's Founder, CEO, and President. This season, Jess switched gears again, racing the gravel discipline for Canyon Bicycles. Her favorite place to train is on the amazing roads, groads and trails around Whitefish and Glacier Park. More importantly, she loves sharing this special area with others looking to explore it by bike!
Echo is originally from the small town of Hotchkiss, Colorado and loves to raft, cross country ski, camp, and hike around Montana and the West. She's a lifelong lover of the outdoors with a passion for conservation. After working as a guide for four years, she loves getting folks stoked on the outdoors and sharing these beautiful places with them
On most days Ryan can be found ripping around on two wheels or two ski's in Whitefish's famous Haskel Basin. Ryan has over 25 years of experience running his own personal training and conditioning business in San Francisco. He has successfully competed in mountain bike and cyclocross racing while enjoying time raising his two young boys. Growing up in Maine, he studied and raced bikes for Fort Lewis college in Durango, Colorado. With a lot in between, Ryan received his B.S. in exercise science from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. When Ryan is not training or guiding, he enjoys spending time with his family, running Good Medicine Lodge and fermenting anything he can get his hands on.
With over 30 years of cycling experience, Tom utilizes his skills and experiences to create exceptional bike coaching for all ages and abilities in a safe, supportive, and fun environment. His addiction to the sport has taken him around the world as an elite recreational competitor, a professional mechanic, and all around guru of anything mountain bike. Tom is a certified USA Cycling Coach and Whistler IDP Level II Mountain Bike Instructor. In the winter you will find him on the ski hill where he has over two decades of ski instruction experience. Unlike Jason, Tom has obtained the coveted Level III Certification from PSIA. Tom believes in making your experience better. Together with his wife (a local educator and athletic coach) and their two daughters, they enjoy healthy, creative, and fun ways to experience the outdoors here in NW Montana.
Jason is an adventurer, world traveler, and nomad. He spends summers in the National Parks as a backcountry law enforcement Ranger, and the last 5 winters instructing skiing and snowboarding in Aspen, Colorado. He is a 15 year ski pro, EMT, and will be joining us to guide snowshoers, and driving our executive shuttles. Jason also graduated from the greatest college in the world, Western Colorado University! Go Western! Please note- he did not catch this fish. Someone else did. He just posed with it.
A California native, Tony started his long and varied career as a Correctional Officer. Safety, security, and customer service are his top priorities. When not transporting guests with us, you'll find him hiking, fishing, and spending quality time with his family.
Kurt has a varied background in corporate and outdoor businesses. He went to college in Gunnison, Colorado and has lived in many of 'the best places' including Crested Butte, Colorado and Bend, Oregon. He's racked up many experiences from completing the Leadville 100 MTB to hiking 14'ers to guiding thousands of hours on Colorado rivers to living aboard a 47' Beneteau Oceanus sailboat. On the corporate and logistics side, he has managed resorts, and has held management positions at a couple Fortune 50's (Chase, UPS, UPS Capital), with titles ranging from VP to Senior BD Officer. These days you can find Kurt guiding &behind the wheel of a shuttle helping guests find their next adventure!
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FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Apocalypse IPA
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: ANYTHING UPHILL
Amanda has lived in the mountains her entire life -- born in Jackson, Wyoming, raised in Gunnison, Colorado, and spending most of her adult life in Bend, Oregon. Amanda is an avid skier, mountain and road biker and just wrapped up buckle-ing at the Leadville 100 mtb this last summer. When not running cyclists and hikers all over the Flathead,
Contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAVORITE 10 BARREL BREW: Apocalypse IPA straight from the Pub
FAVORITE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAIL: Whitefish Trail
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