Rafting & Kayaking

Season: Spring & Summer 

"Life is like the river, sometimes it sweeps you gently along and sometimes the rapids come out of nowhere."

– Emma Smith

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Three Rivers

Choose your whitewater.

Bozeman is blessed with three rivers that all flow north out of the Yellowstone basin and offer some of the most pristine and beautiful waters in the lower 48: the Gallatin, Yellowstone and Madison rivers. 

 

We recommend the folks over at Montana Whitewater for all of your rafting needs. They have experienced guides that will get you on the kind of experience you are looking for. They offer everything from technical class IV rapids, to fun splashy class II and III rapids, to scenic relaxing class I rapids. Photo: Montana Whitewater

  

Gallatin River

4 Miles from our farm. 

The Gallatin River originates in Yellowstone National Park and flows all the way to the confluence of the Missouri River. It is one of the premier river rafting destinations in the in the US with incredible scenery and some fun, challenging, and continuous whitewater. Montana Whitewater offers different stretches of river for a variety of skill levels. Most of their trips begin in just right up the road towards Big Sky.

 

Correctly timing your trip can be the most important factor. Do you want to raft the infamous, class IV Mad Mile? The water is highest early in the season, then tapers off as the summer progresses. Looking for a mellower ride? Check out the upper Gallatin any time or the Lower Gallatin later in the summer. Photo: Montana Whitewater

 

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Yellowstone River

36 Miles from our farm. 

The iconic Yellowstone River is the longest free flowing river in the lower 48. This massive river drains much of Yellowstone National Park and it’s surrounding wilderness areas. The Yellowstone white water rafting trip is a fun, wide, high volume river that features rolling wave rapids. Rapids vary on size depending on water levels. Families love it! The Yellowstone River rafting trip is great for children ages 6 and up. Spectacular views may include spotting wildlife such as river otters and bald eagles. Photo: Montana Whitewater

Madison River

37 Miles from our farm. 

The Bear Trap Canyon is a rugged and remote stretch of the Madison River that flows north out of Ennis Lake through a steep and jagged canyon.  This river can offer advanced floats that offer amazing scenery, exciting rapids, and peaceful floating. Photo: Montana Whitewater

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Rent Your Own

Know what you're doing? Then grab a raft​ and go.

If you know what you're doing and have the necessary experience, then venture into the river wilds on your own accord. We reccomend the folks over at Round House Sports for all of your raft and kayak rental needs. Photo: Montana Whitewater