Commercial Use Authorizations

The application period for 2020 summer CUAs is now closed. Application materials for guided snowshoe and cross-country ski tour CUAs will be available beginning on October 1, 2020. Please contact glac_cua@nps.gov or call the Concessions Office at (406) 888-7909 for information regarding winter CUAs.

Current CUA Holders - Summer 2020

Bicycle Tour

The Cycling House

Bicycle Tour

Backroads

Bicycle Tour

Trek Travel

Bicycle Tour

Bicycle Adventures

Bicycle Tour

Escape Adventures

Regular and Hiker/Biker Season Bicycle Tour and Bicycle Shuttle

Whitefish Shuttle

Photography Workshops

National Park Photography Expeditions

Photography Workshops

Marc Adamus Photography, LLC

Photography Workshops

JSNOW Photography

Photography Workshops

Chuck Haney Photography

Photography Workshops

Glacier Photo Guides

Photography Workshops

Mike Mezeul II Photography

Photography Workshops

McKay Photography Academy

Photography Workshops

Jennifer King Photography Workshops, LLC

Photography Workshops

Tom Bol Photo Workshops

Photography Workshops

Chris Byrne Photography

Photography Workshops

Alex Strohl Photography


NEW! Pay CUA fees online through Pay.gov.
Click here to pay Application/Administration/Additional Guide/Late Fees
Click here to pay Management/Per-Trip Fees

Post-Use Reports for 2020 are due November 1. Please download, complete, and return via glac_cua@nps.gov.

7/2/20 Update: Road-based commercial tours entering Glacier National Park will NOT require a CUA in 2021. Road-based commercial tours are defined as one or more persons traveling by vehicle on an improved roadway on an itinerary that a company or individual has packaged and priced for leisure/recreational purposes. These tours will continue to be permitted to enter the park without a CUA on an infrequent and unscheduled basis in 2021. Road-based tours are restricted to certain portions of the Going-to-the-Sun Road--from the West Entrance to Lake McDonald Lodge and from the St. Mary Entrance to the Rising Sun boat dock. They are also permitted to enter the Many Glacier and Two Medicine valleys. Please read Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

CUA holders and their employees are required to meet the conditions of the CUA while operating within Glacier National Park. Failure to meet these conditions may result in CUA suspension, restriction, revocation or application denial. Review Glacier National Park's CUA Suspension, Restriction, Revocation and Application Denial Policy.

Sample National Park Service approved Visitor Acknowledgement of Risk Form

 


Last updated: July 10, 2020

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 128
West Glacier, MT 59936

Phone:

(406) 888-7800

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