Overnight / Multiday Floats

Sometimes it’s hard to load up in the evening and head home after a great days float. The solution is to stretch it into a multi-day river trip. These are just a few, we have guide books and float maps that will allow to plan your own unique get away you won’t forget.

  • Blackfoot River

    18.9 Mi. Away

    The Blackfoot River is one of the best floats in Montana. Combining excellent and diverse scenery with a wide variety… Difficulty: Medium

  • Clark Fork River: Superior to St. Regis

    68.5 Mi. Away

    Superior to St. Regis: More good full day options characterized by slower, flatter water for the first half of the… Difficulty: Easy

  • Flathead River: Buffalo Bridge to Sloan Bridge

    75.6 Mi. Away

    The Main Flathead River from Buffalo Bridge to Sloan Bridge is a great overnight canoe (or raft) stretch that has… Difficulty: Easy

  • Missouri River: Holter Dam to Cascade or Ulm

    130 Mi. Away


    This stretch of water, from Holter Dam to the town of Cascade, thirty miles downstream, is the prime trout fishing… Difficulty: Easy

  • Northfork Flathead River

    181 Mi. Away

    The North Fork Flathead River begins in British Columbia, and travels for 47… Difficulty: Medium

  • Missouri River Fort Benton to Judith Landing

    207 Mi. Away

    Below Fort Benton it is possible to float by canoe or powerboat the entire length. Fort Benton to Judith Landing… Difficulty: Easy

  • Missouri River: Judith Landing to Robinson Bridge

    300 Mi. Away

    Once below the dams, the Missouri River runs unobstructed all the way to Fort Peck Lake, with no… Difficulty: Easy

  • Yellowstone River

    The river rises in northwestern Wyoming in the Absaroka Range at the Continental Divide in southwestern Park County. The river starts where the North Fork… Difficulty: EASY