Montana Rafting Rivers
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Listed below are a number of commercial outfitters that run rafting trips on the rivers in Montana. Visit their web sights to learn more. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on gonorthwest.com.
Whitewater rafting, backpacking, fly fishing, hiking and backcountry chalet adventures inside Glacier National Park, Montana. We are the only guide service authorized by the National Park Service to operate in Glacier National Park. Trips range from half a day to a week in length. Join us for a fun-filled river adventure ranging from wild to mild. Hiking trips on the spectacular trails of Glacier Park. We have the most knowledgeable and experienced guides in the area and the most comprehensive adventure company in Northwest Montana. "You Won't Know If You Don't Go!"
The Great Northern team of personable, professional employees is dedicated to providing you with a fun and memorable river experience. Enjoy Glacier National Park's rugged scenery while floating the Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Conquer Class II-IV rapids during a half or full day raft trip, or make whitewater more challenging in a kayak or sport raft. And if that isn't thrilling enough, completely immerse yourself in the Park's natural beauty during a multi-day, rafting camp trip. No matter which adventure you choose, one thing is for sure; our guides' reputation for experience, safety and river knowledge is unmatched.
Adventure Company. Gardiner, MT. Phone: 406-848-7510; Toll-free: 1-866-807-0744.
Company. #6 Going to the Sun Road, Box 210 TP, West Glacier, MT 59936.
Phone: 406-888-5454; Toll-free: 1-800-235-6781; Fax: 406-888-5541. E-mail
Rivers: Middle Fork, North Fork and Upper Middle Fork of the Flathead
Rivers: Middle Fork of the Flathead
Rivers: Gallatin, Madison and Yellowstone
Rafting Company. 965 US Highway 89 S, Gardiner, MT 59030. Toll-free:
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Paddling Montana, 2nd Edition (Regional Paddling Series) by Hank Fischer. This FalconGuide details 32 river trips for paddlers, floaters and anglers. Maps showing access points and river miles, difficulty rating and hazards, contact information for floating conditions and a brief overview of the historic Lewis and Clark paddle through Montana are all included. Order now...
Swiftwater Rescue by Cody Harris and Mike Johnston. This book covers the fundamentals of river rescue. From hydrology to z-drags, topics are discussed in a concise and thorough manner. This manual is an integral part of the Whitewater Rescue Institute's Swiftwater Rescue Technician courses. Order now...
Hidden Montana: Including Missoula, Helena, Bozeman, and Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks by John Gottberg. This guide contains detailed maps, web sites for listings, author picks plus walking and driving tours to explore Montana. Over 70 parks, towns, ski villages and wilderness areas are detailed in this book. Order now...
Moon Montana, 8th Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Judy Jewell and Bill McRae. This book journeys from Yellowstone to the eastern prairies, highlighting the best of the Big Sky Country. Whether it's cross-country skiing at Glacier National Park or observing elk at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge this book has all the information needed. Order now...
Benchmark Montana Road & Recreation Atlas by Benchmark Maps. Large-scale Landscape MapsTM and a complete 30-page Recreation Guide make it the ideal planning tool for any outdoor adventure. Benchmark field-checkers drove thousands of miles to make sure the Montana Road & Recreation Atlas is the most accurate and reliable map product. Order now...
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