The Experience: The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States. Explore this majestic waterway following in the footsteps of the 1805 expedition of Lewis and Clark. The Upper Missouri has a rich history, including Lewis and Clark campsites, century-old pioneer homesteads, Native American rock art and tipi (or teepee) rings, fur trading sites, and steamboat landings. This flat-water float features cottonwood trees, sandstone cliffs rising vertically from the water, and natural rock sculptures before entering the Montana “badlands,” where erosion has carved a three dimensional tapestry. Wildlife abounds throughout the area where elk, mule and white-tailed deer, big horn sheep, coyotes, and pronghorn antelopes can be seen. In this journey, we will experience the vast and historic Western Plains.
Perfect for: Beginners; Intermediate to Experienced
Group Size: 8 minimum 24 Maximum
7 days: $2100 per person
Additional days: $175 per person per additional day
Included: Professional Guide, ALL Meals, ALL Equipment, Snacks, & Permits.
DAY 1: Great Falls, Montana
DAY 2-5: The White Cliffs of the Upper Missouri River
DAY 6 : Take off at Coal Banks Landing
DAY 7: Departure Home
Wilderness First Aid:
2 Additional Days Minimum Required
8 People Minimum, 24 Maximum
Course Fee: $235 + Trip Fee Per Person
Wilderness First Responder
4 Additional Days Minimum Required
8 People Minimum 24 Maximum
WFR Certification will require Pre-Trip Book Work
Course Fee: $795 + Trip Fee Per Person
WFR Re-certification Fee: $235 Per person
All Courses include course materials and certificate.