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Jammer Bus Tours

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We are planning a trip to Glacier Nat'l Park.
I have seen some information on the Jammer Tours but don't know exactly how they work. Some of the tours indicate that the tours last 8 hours or more. If anyone has experienced these tours, can you tell me if they are a stop and go type thing where you get off the bus at certain points to do some walking/hiking, have lunch etc. If the tour is one long ride I guess I would pass. The brochures are not very specific. Is this a good way to see the highlights of the park on a one day visit?


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