September for a lot of us who live at the gateway of Glacier National Park, is our favorite month of the year. The days are sunny and warm, the nights are cold and it is nice and cozy inside. This is when our cabins are at their best! Enjoy a day of hiking in perfect weather and then relax in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine.
September is also the best month for fly fishing! Our fishing guides: Ted, Josh and Kevin beg us to run fly fishing specials to encourage guests to book trips. All three […]
August is Inflatable Kayak month! The rapids are so much fun and more intense in one of these smaller crafts. We have singles for the super adventurous and doubles for those who would like to share the experience with someone else. These two ladies had never gone down the Middle Fork of the Flathead river in an Inflatable Kayak before, and they LOVED it!
August is Inflatable Kayak month!
Do you not want rapids at all? An Inflatable Kayak is also fun on the scenic section of the river where there are no rapids!
Rafting the boundary of Glacier National […]
Yesterday’s river trip was so exciting, apart from the Middle Fork of the Flathead river being at a very good level for rapids, guests and guides on that trip saw a moose at the river’s edge.
Last Spring we saw a lot of black bears as we floated down and it is always entertaining when the bald eagles come out and “race” the boat, They are such majestic animals. We enjoy spotting wild creatures while enjoying the beautiful scenery and splashy rapids!
Here is a photo of a moose that we saw the other day, yesterday no one […]
Since our season has not quite started, (our first trip is Friday, May 11th) some of our off duty raft guides and two managers went on a 5 day raft trip on the Middle Fork of the Salmon in Idaho to get into the summer spirit. Don’t worry, the girls will do their own multi-day trip once the sun is here to stay! According to a US Forest Service booklet called ‘The Salmon, a Wild and Scenic River’, “the Salmon River flows undammed for 425 miles, it is the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states […]