Off the Map: Canoe in the Remote Upper Missouri River Wilderness

Canoe and hike in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark to explore Montana’s untouched wilderness, discover Native American pictographs, learn about local wildlife and camp under the stars.
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Program No. 20626RJ
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This was a great trip we would never have made without Road Scholar. Great scenery, fun canoeing, great hiking/exploring. A real outdoor adventure in relative comfort. Great leader, great guides, very good tents set up for us each night, very good food. The steak dinner on the fourth night was great - probably the best steak I've ever had. It was great to learn about the awesome achievement of the Corps of Discovery. This was a great trip we recommend to all.


Although physically taxing, a wonderful "glamping" experience with passionate leader and guides. For hearty souls that seek a true wilderness experience while being part of a group effort for cohesiveness in pulling your weight by paddling a canoe. The elements of wind, water, and insects play a part in this experience. No murmuring allowed. Enjoy!


Keith and staff did an amazing job of keeping the daily activities from taking down and setting up the next days camp to serving up excellent meals along the river....Will Sigle


If you love wilderness and adventure this is a carefully orchestrated trip.


This is definitely a program for those who like to be active. The canoeing (and water gun fights) were lots of fun, the hikes a nice chance to move our legs and learn more about Lewis and Clark. In spite of the heat it was pure delight from start to finish. The variety of food and the tasty meals were unbelievable.

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