Where Adventure is Beyond Each Bend of the Trail...
There's still a place where time slows down and the only signpost is a hoof print. The Bob Marshall Wilderness is considered the “crown jewel” of America’s wilderness system. Our fully-guided horse pack-trips are designed to accommodate all levels of riders through this magnificent, unspoiled country where the only travel is by foot or horse.
Each pack trip is unique ranging from base camp oriented to trips that traverse the wilderness over the Continental Divide. We’ll travel across wilderness trails on sure-footed saddle horses that are mountain savvy and a joy to ride. Our trusty string of pack-mules carries all the gear so you can rough it in comfort. The Triple J crew, wrangler, packer, guide and camp cook, will provide a comfortable, complete camp. These limited trips average 8 guests to ensure a high level of personal service. Trips can be tailored for individual groups and interests.
During your Montana riding vacation the rugged landscape unfolds before you, revealing elk, mule deer and whitetail, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, eagles, moose and black bear. You'll have plenty of opportunities to fly fish the natural streams and lakes for native Cutthroats and Rainbow trout... it's a fisherman's paradise, all wrapped up in the awesome beauty of remote wilderness. Layover days offer options of riding, hiking, fishing or relaxing around the campfire.
2020 WILDERNESS TRIPS ARE FULL, but please let us know of your interest for 2021
* We have the right to change day to day itinerary based on unforeseen circumstances, weather, forest fires, rider ability, etc. 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 or if you require a special diet. While we carry a satellite phone for emergencies, 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. *
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