Pack-trip Rates and Dates

$525 per person per day. Recommended staff gratuity (12-15%) and tax not included. Pre and post ranch lodging and meals included. Age limit 10 years; Limited to 10 participants in good physical condition (minimum 6 participants per trip)

PAYMENT: We request 1/3 of total charges to secure your vacation within 10 days of request. Deposit must be sent within 10 days of request or forfeiture may result. The balance of payment is due upon arrival, preferably by check. If using Visa/or MasterCard, a 2.5% convenience fee will be added. Groups: We can customize exclusive pack-trips but require a minimum party size of 8. We require a 50% non-refundable deposit for groups of 5 or more.

CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation must occur, 50% of the deposit will be refunded prior to April 1st. After April 1st, deposits are non-refundable. We highly recommend trip or vacation insurance. Call Travel Guard at 877-249-5376 or on the web at www.travelguard.com.

Check-in the afternoon on arrival day.

Check-out prior to 10:00 a.m. on departure day.

TRANSPORTATION: Complimentary transportation to and from the Great Falls International Airport per a set schedule. Please contact us for details.

Complete our Pack-trip Eligibility Form

2022 PACK-TRIPS ARE FULL, please contact us for interest in 2023 Wilderness Trips.

Bob Marshall Wilderness pack-trips are limited in number and size each year in coordination with the Forest Service and Wilderness rules. Our 2023 Itinerary will be posted by early September.

NOTE: We reserve the right to change day-to-day itinerary for reasons of weather, wildfires, rider ability, and unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. Children must be at least 10 years old and physically capable of riding long days in the saddle. Due to the nature of horseback riding in the wilderness, participants MUST be in good physical condition and trips are not recommended if many health or physical issues exist or if you require a special diet. While we carry a satellite phone for emergencies, but it is very difficult to bring someone out from a trip to seek medical attention. The emergency helicopter is costly and is for emergencies only. We also have the right to exclude a rider from a trip for inability to ride or behavior which endangers the other riders or the horses. **