July 10 - 13, 2017 - North Fork of the Flathead River, MT - 80 miles, Class II - III. West side of Glacier National Park, beautiful scenery, fast flow. Bear spray and bear proof food storage required. Shuttle might need to be hired; all paddlers will share cost. Paddlers must be self-sufficient. No length restrictions. Need BLM approved toilet system.
Trip Schedule for 2017
Length restrictions may apply; 15' for solo boats, 17' for tandem boats. We have found that shorter boats are not as efficient and may not be able to keep up. Please contact us for details. Paddlers must be self-sufficient on all trips. We generally paddle 15 - 20 miles per day on overnight trips. In order to allow everyone to enjoy the outdoors, we do not have campfires. A BLM approved waste system may be required. Permit and shuttle costs are shared between all paddlers.
Some states require an invasive species inspection and/or sticker. Please be sure to obtain any necessary permits prior to launching. Information can be found online.
May 13, 2017 - South Platte River, Brighton to Ft. Lupton 9 miles, Class I, all canoes or kayaks welcome, need a minimum 300 CFS to paddle, rescheduled due to a We-No-Nah delivery on May 7th.
June 10 - 11, 2017 - North Platte River, CO, Saratoga to I-80 - 48 miles, Class I. We will meet at the put in Saturday morning in Saratoga at 8:00. Please be on time as we will need to run shuttle.