We will retrace the most famous section of the legendary Lewis and Clark Expedition into the West on the Upper Missouri River. This river corridor is one of the most remote parts of Montana and is designated a Wild and Scenic River and National Monument. Over the course of 4 days and 3 nights, we paddle 46 miles of pristine, flat water. We camp right on the river at several Lewis and Clark campsites. Experience the river much like they did - undisturbed and magnificent. There is incredible and unique hiking opportunities everyday, including a loop through a slot canyon, to a high vista and natural hole in towering white sandstone cliffs, visit tepee rings and more. Every night we read from the journals of Lewis and Clark and share stories of early homesteaders and the Native peoples who inhabited the area. Most importantly, we enjoy the immeasurable benefits of being very far from noise, lights, technology and crowds. Gaze at the stars from your tent, enjoy silence, meditate by the fire and allow the river to relax you completely. We provide gourmet meals sourced locally and from our own garden. A canoeing beginner? No problem, we provide expert instruction as well as historical interpretation around every bend. Enjoy abundant bird life, wildlife and magnificent vistas. You will be reluctant to leave!