Glacier Nomadic Adventures

Most of you know we are at the start of a house build and after a month and a half of living in camper we needed a night away. Some folks might think it’s odd that we decided to escape by going camping, but it was exactly what the Dr. ordered. Especially since we were lucky enough to connect with Glacier Nomadic Adventures based right here in Kalispell, MT!

Between Brian’s passion and Kristin’s eye for detail, the two offer a unique way to explore the North West. Imagine hopping on a plane (they’ll  pick you up once you get here), or bringing your own towing rig and having everything you’ll need to camp out and explore the outdoors.

Glacier Nomadic Adventures offers all-inclusive rentals with roof top tents, overlanding trailers and even a mix of both. The website shows off their Jeep Rubicon packages, but they just picked up a Toyota to add to the fleet. Packages start at $100 for their adventure trailer only rentals. Only need a vehicle and roof top tent? Those packages start at $150. Need to sleep 6? That will run you $200 a night with two roof top tents and an adventure trailer. We were impressed with the competitive prices and know folks will be saving on this combo compared to renting a vehicle and trying to locate a hotel. Not to mention that the experience will be 100x better and it could be a new view every night of your trip!

The package rental includes all the fixings. Brian and Kristin knew we were in the middle of a move/house build and had sleeping bags and pillows all packed and ready for us. That is just the start of everything they have thoughtfully curated into their rentals to make sure you are taken care of on your trip.

Everything you need to cook a delicious back country meal. Grill, pans and dishes, RTIC® cooler and a French press for those coffee addicts. A table that collapses down, chairs and non-potable water. They even offer meal packages upon request. In the storage of our adventure trailer we found leveling blocks, extension cords, hammer and a small shovel.

Our night out was spent at one of our favorite secret spots. We’ve covered this waterfall before on the blog and it’s a special place that we feel honored to be able to visit. The trailer rode great behind the Landcruiser, and any rig with towing capability shouldn’t have a problem with the set up.

Once we got to our destination everyone was really interested in the adventure trailer and roof top tent as we opened it up. We loved being able to tell them about Glacier Nomadic Adventures as an option for their future trips into the back woods.

We slept in the trailer portion of our package and the TempurPedic® pad and soft bedding was a nice way to end the night. The adventure trailer is equipped with a solar panel to keep your equipment charged and speakers with blue tooth to listen to your favorites.

Although we didn’t sleep in the roof top tent, we definitely opened it up for a nice perch to soak in the views. At pick up Brian went over how to set it up so there would be no surprises while up in the hills. It was easy to set up and take down and there is a rain fly to make sure you don’t wake up wet from an evening sprinkle.

Brian emphasized his desire for his clients to truly get out and have an adventure with his rentals. Their website even has some local destination ideas to help with travel planning ideas. We encourage you to jump over to their site and check out their ideas that we are sure will be added to your bucket list.

Summer is here in Montana and dates are filling up fast with Brian at Glacier Nomadic Adventures, but don’t think that they are a seasonal business… They proudly post their rentals in the snow and encourage winter camping. Whatever time of year you want to come explore our neck of the woods (they’ll even help you coordinate a trip to Canada or Alaska in their setups) Glacier Nomadic Adventures has the right equipment to get you to the scenic beauty and keep you there comfortably!

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