Montana Rafting Rivers
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Listed below are a number of commercial guides and outfitters that run whitewater rafting trips on the rivers in Montana and inside Glacier National Park. Many of these outfitters offer more than just rafting adventures. Visit their web sites to learn more. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on gonorthwest.com.
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.
Looking for a true Montana wilderness adventure? Look no further than the Middle Fork and South Fork of the Flathead River. The Middle Fork, one of Montana's little known jewels, is a journey through the heart of Montana's largest wilderness complex. The trip begins in Kalispell, including a scenic flight into the backcountry. We provide everyone with their own unique wilderness experience, offering trips through the most pristine, stunning river systems. Established in 1972, we are a family owned business that makes all trips intimate, friendly, and professional. See why we stand out above the rest, and our guests keep coming back!
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:
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Paddling Montana: A Guide to the State's Best Rivers, 3rd Edtition (Paddling Series) by Kit Fischer. This Falcon Guide features over thirty river trips for paddlers, floaters and anglers. Detailed maps showing access points and an overview of the historic Lewis and Clark paddle route are included. Order now...
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