Glacier Park International is one of the hardest airports to get to, but not today. These trips put you within striking distance of some of the most iconic mountains in North America for roughly the price of a one way trip to Glacier Park normally.
Philly to Glacier Park International generally runs $650ish. This gets you there on Delta for 45% less than you would normally pay.
The other huge advantage here is that you have only one stop in Salt Lake City. As mentioned Glacier Park is insanely difficult to get a good flight in to and many times finding a decent price requires taking 2 stops (which is my personal limit).
One stop during peak snow season makes this a must book for anyone who has been looking at skiing / riding Montana or the Powder Highway in general.
Ski + Snowboard
If it's me, I am renting a car and headed north of the border. GPI is a (relatively) short 2 hour drive to Fernie. While not the most high profile of the Powder Highway destinations, I think this video does it justice:
Didn't take any more than that to convince me that those two hours in the car are totally worth it.
For those who don't want to do the drive themselves, there is a free shuttle from Calgary (though the drive time is longer) so you may want to wait for a deal into YYC as opposed to booking this one.
That said, this deal gives anyone looking to do the powder highway the freedom to do it their way on their schedule.
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