Group Workshop Terms & Policies



A deposit of 50% is due at the time of registration with the remaining balance due 30 days prior to the start of the workshop.

Glacier Photo Guides will email out a balance due reminder 2 weeks prior to the due date. If the remaining balance is not paid by the due date, Glacier Photo Guides reserves the right to retain the deposit and release the slot to the waitlist.

Cancellations must be made at least 120 days in advance of the workshop start date.

All cancellation requests must be received in writing by emailing:

For cancellations received in writing 120 or more days prior to the workshop start date: Glacier Photo Guides retains 50 percent of the deposit amount.

Important Note: There are no refunds of any part of the deposit if a cancellation is made less than 120 days before the start of the workshop.

Trip insurance is highly recommended to cover unexpected circumstances.

Glacier Photo Guides reserves the right to cancel any workshop that does not meet minimum participant requirements. In the unlikely event that Glacier Photo Guides needs to cancel a workshop, registered participants will receive a full refund of all money. We encourage participants to consider purchasing trip cancellation insurance and refundable airline tickets. Glacier Photo Guides is not responsible for any losses incurred as a result of a workshop cancellation.

Park fees, rules, & regulations:

Please note that the park entrance fee is not included in the price of the workshop. Workshop participants are responsible for their entrance fee to the park. More details on entrance fees can be found on Glacier National Park's website here.

Anyone participating in a workshop must agree to abide by all National Park Service rules and regulations pertaining to visitors of Glacier National Park. This includes:

  • Paying the park entrance fee (see above).

  • Staying on designated trails to avoid trampling vegetation. No off trail use is permitted during our photo workshop.

  • Not approaching or disturbing wildlife in any way.

  • Following any posted trail/area closures or reroutes.

weather & mountain conditions:

Weather in the mountains is always unpredictable, so please come prepared for every possible condition- Montana is known for experiencing all four seasons in a single day. To aid in planning, please check current conditions on Glacier National Park's website here.

Workshop content may change from that advertised based on weather conditions, trail or road closures, and other unexpected situations.