Glacier National Park Red Buses
Glacier National Park adopted a red and black color scheme — the red color was to match the color of a ripe Cascade Mountain Ash berry. These 2 Red buses were left in their original configuration for historical purposes. We had a lunch stop at Lake McDonald and had plenty of time to eat and wander around. It was a full, fun day and I wouldn’t hesitate to take the tour again if I revisit Glacier National Park.
Red Buses | Glacier National Park, Montana
I cannot speak highly enough of this tour Big Sky Circle Tour. The red bus is iconic and so fun to ride! We went late in the season end of August so traffic wasn’t as bad as usual, but nevertheless this was so worth it!
Since there are four people Glacier National Park Red Buses a seat, I wondered about how well we could see, but when the roof covering was moved back, you could Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt very well, no matter what seat you were in. We could sit back and look around without worrying about driving the twists and turns.
I overheard another guest telling his wife that they had driven the road several times, but this was the first time he could really see anything.
We stopped at a variety of places so had a good chance to see hotels Many Glacier, Lake McDonald Glacier National Park Red Buses scenic spots. We had a lunch stop at Lake McDonald and had plenty of time to eat and wander around. We were staying at the Glacier Park Lodge, so it was very convenient to be picked up and dropped off at the front door.
It was a full, fun day and I wouldn’t hesitate to take the tour again if I revisit Glacier National Park.
We had a lunch stop at Lake McDonald and had plenty of time to eat and wander around. The red buses seat 17 people, with 4 across on bench seating and 1 front passenger seat. All the door latches were replaced, and the plywood floors were replaced with a space-age aerospace aluminum honeycomb floor to increase strength and reduce weight.