|Load vans/school bus for travel to Coal Banks Landing, the departure point, a trip of about 40 miles. History overview along the way includes stopping at the junction of the Marias and Missouri Rivers (Lewis and Clark “Decision Point”) a beautiful, scenic and strategic place where the expedition spent nearly 10 days in 1805 determining which river fork to take. |
Even if you've never been in a canoe before, our expert guides will show you the ropes and you'll be comfortable by noon!
Our expert team of guides includes Professor Keith Edgerton, with a PhD in History from the University of Montana-Billings; Renee Macdonald, with an MA in teaching; Nicole Warren, educator; Lanny Walker, retired forest service personell; and Tyler Warren, instructor.