|After breaking camp, we’ll canoe downriver to Hole in the Wall geological formation where there will be abundant wildlife viewing opportunities, including numerous bald eagle nesting sights. Every day there will be water birds galore, including the majestic and ubiquitous Missouri River pelicans. |
We'll hike up to the famed Hole in the Wall, a natural feature in which a window has, over eons, been carved through the sandstone. Don't forget to bring your camera!
After the hike we'll canoe through the seemingly endless white cliffs of the Upper Missouri to Slaughter River campground, a place where the Lewis and Clark expedition camped twice on its journey - once on its way to the Pacific in May of 1805 and then again on its return in July of 1806.