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Paddle across water so clear you can watch the trout swimming below you. A stand-up paddleboard gives you a fun way to explore, while a multi-day canoe or kayak adventure offers unspoiled scenery that few will ever see. At the end of the day, relax by a campfire—or in a luxurious hotel near the shore.

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Adventure Bound Canoe

Fort Benton, MT

We have provided professional canoe and kayak outfitting services to groups of all sizes traveling Montana’s Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument on the Lewis and Clark Trail since 1998. Our family owned and operated business offers an unmatched degree of personal experience on the Upper ...

Rubber Ducky River Services

River Guide
Livingston, MT

As the area's only full-service boat shop, Rubber Ducky River Rentals can provide anything necessary for your day on the river. We rent paddle rafts, rowing rafts, and fishing rafts as well as canoes, kayaks, and river tubes for your self-guided trips on the Yellowstone or other rivers in the ...

Montana Raft Company

Whitewater Rafting Guide
West Glacier, MT

Glacier Guides and Montana Raft specializes in unforgettable, eco-conscious Glacier National Park adventures! We guide rafting, hiking, biking, and fishing experiences. Guided trips to Sperry Chalet and Granite Park Chalet are perennial favorites. In addition, we offer river shuttles, equipment ...

Blackfoot River


Western Montana’s Blackfoot River has become one of the state’s most popular and important recreational streams. Its natural setting and features and the fame gained from the movie A River Runs Through It have all contributed to its popularity. Fishing, non-motorized floating, camping, nature ...

Gallatin River


Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks describes the Gallatin River as about twelve miles long from its origin at the confluence of the West and East Gallatin rivers to Three Forks, Montana, where it joins the Jefferson and Madison rivers to form the Missouri River. The river flows through a narrow ...

Swan River Fishing Access Site


Swan River Fishing Access is a day use only site; hand launch only; access for trailers (maximum trailer length 25 feet). Fish include brook trout, mountain whitefish, northern pike, rainbow trout and westslope cutthroat. The Swan River is 93 miles long, including 15 miles of lakes and ...

Smith River State Park

White Sulphur Springs, MT

Experience a multi-day float trip on the Smith River if you are lucky enough to draw a permit in the annual lottery. Noted for its spectacular scenery and renowned trout fishing, the Smith River is unique with only one public put-in and take-out site for the entire 59-miles. Smith River State ...

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Alberton Gorge

Missoula, MT

Montana’s premier whitewater location is the Alberton Gorge, located just minutes from Missoula on the Clark Fork River. The Gorge is a beautiful steep-walled canyon section of the Clark Fork that makes for a perfect hot summer day trip. With class II and III whitewater this is a great trip for ...