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Taking you from Bozeman to Missoula via mountains, rivers, glaciers, lakes, this six-day tour showcases the customs and histories of the Blackfeet Native American culture and natural beauty of Montana. With a knowledgeable leader to guide the way, you’ll experience a landscape that has been shaped by the elements over thousands of years, immerse yourself in local history, and enjoy delicious picnic lunches surrounded by the scenic splendour of Montana’s mountains. If you love immersing yourself in nature, the mountains of Montana are calling your name.

6 days, from

$1,830

per person

GROUP SIZE

12 people max

ACTIVITY LEVEL

 
2
Trip code: SSEM
Style: Original
Theme: Explorer
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Details

Countries Visited:  United States Of America
Accommodation: Hotels (5 nights)
Transportation: Private vehicle
Meals: dinners, 5 breakfasts
Group size: Minimum 1, Max 12

  • Enjoy a backcountry hike where you will learn about the tribal customs and histories of the Blackfeet Native American culture with a local Blackfeet guide

  • Follow in the path of Lewis and Clark exploring the “Gates of the Mountains” on a river cruise along the Missouri River

  • Sit back and take in the views from a vintage open-top bus in Glacier National Park where you’ll find wildflowers, rushing rivers, and mountains reflected in crystal clear lakes.

  • Take a scenic float on the serene middle fork of the Flathead River along Glacier's southern border.

Itinerary

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Day 1: Bozeman/Helena

Welcome to Bozeman! This Rocky Mountains town is the perfect jumping off point for exploring the history and natural beauty of Montana. Join your group at 10am for a Welcome Meeting then get ready to stretch your legs on a hike in Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park. Tonight we'll stay in Helena, the capital of Montana, where you may like to head out for dinner with your group.

Day 2: Helena/Great Falls

After breakfast, follow in the footsteps of the explorers Lewis and Clark and venture to the Gates of the Mountains on a scenic river cruise. You’ll sail alongside limestone cliffs to a set of towering stone walls which appear to open like a gate as your boat approaches. Little has changed since the two explorers first visited this stretch of the Missouri River and the region’s untouched beauty remains. After a picnic lunch, we will continue to Great Falls for our overnight stay. Tonight, enjoy a relaxing evening at your accommodation or perhaps share a meal together.

Day 3: Badger-Two Medicine region

After an early breakfast, hit the road and enjoy the scenery on the drive from Great Falls to Badger-Two Medicine. The Badger-Two Medicine region is located at the intersection of the Blackfeet Reservation, Glacier National Park and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. Upon arrival we will have a traditional Native American lunch then have the privilege of joining a local Blackfeet guide for a half-day hike which offers an insight into the Blackfeet Native American people and culture and explores the secluded wilderness of Badger Two Medicine. Learn about tribal customs, histories, and stories while experiencing a land filled with wildlife, wildflowers, alpine lakes, and mountain peaks. The evening is yours to enjoy as you please.

Day 4: Glacier National Park

Known as the ‘Crown of the Continent’, Glacier National Park offers an impressive array of activities for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. Tour the park in a vintage 1930s bus with a roll-back top that provides excellent views of the surrounding mountains and learn how this historic transport option fits into this national park's history. Along the way you might like to grab some lunch. Tonight we'll continue to the town of Whitefish.

Day 5: Whitefish

After breakfast, we'll take a stroll along the easy trails in Glacier National Park followed by a picnic with time to soak up the beauty of our surroundings. After lunch, we'll board a raft and enjoy a scenic two hour float down the Flathead River with an expert local guide. Tonight, you may like to drop into one of the local craft breweries or restaurants for dinner.

Day 6: Missoula

Enjoy a morning at leisure before hitting the road to Missoula, with a stop along the way for a walk alongside the serene waters of Flathead Lake. Stop off for one last lunch and perhaps take the time to look back with you group on all you’ve seen and done in the past week. Then, it’s onto Missoula where the trip finishes at 3pm and your Montana adventure will come to an end.

6 days, from $1,830

to book call 1-844-205-6226


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