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Montana Rafting Whitewater

April 7th, 2017 ernie Posted in Montana No Comments »

Montana Rafting WhitewaterThe high mountain peaks of Montana Glacier Country accumulate large amounts of snow each winter, which supply an abundance of water for the three forks of the Flathead River. Every spring folks from around the world begin to arrive around May. They come here to enjoy the mountains, valleys and rivers, eager to test their skill. They want to challenge the Montana Rafting whitewater of the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.

Montana rafting Whitewater trips happen regularly between the dates of May Through Sept seven days a week. Type V Approved lifejackets, and complete rain suits for adults and children are needed for many of the rafting trips. Always make sure you are wearing a life jacket while rafting.

For all whitewater trips prior to July 1, wetsuits are mandatory at a reduced rate. Also it is recommended that you wear polar fleece or poly-pro with wet suits and rain wear on cold days.

If you’re looking for raft trip with exciting whitewater, breathtaking scenery, check out the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states. The Yellowstone River, offering fun and exciting white water rafting for all ages and experience levels.

Slam through the waves of the Gardiner Town Stretch while helping to navigate your raft through the notorious rapids; Man Eater, Pickets Wave, Creighton’s Hole, and Sleeping Giant in your white water rafting adventure near Yellowstone National Park

Montana Rafting Whitewater

Whitewater and river boarding with Montana River Guides on the Alberton Gorge near Missoula, Montana and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. However Montana whitewater rafting and river boarding are at their best on the Alberton Gorgenear Missoula, Montana and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Raft Montana’s finest whitewater on the Alberton Gorge, enjoy scenic family floats, or try river boarding. Of course it is the ultimate whitewater thrill. Discover Montana’s finest river adventures and river board trips on the Clark Fork River, the Blackfoot River and the Bitterroot River.

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