On a hot summer day, nothing is better than taking your friends and family down the famed Alberton Gorge. Located 35 miles west of Missoula, the Gorge is a canyon section of the Clark Fork River with Class II and Class III whitewater. Many commercial outfitters offer trips or you may launch your own raft or kayak.
For more information call (406) 542-5500 or visit Alberton Gorge.
2010 Alberton Gorge Annual Report 2.57 MB includes information pertaining to management of the Alberton Gorge.
Classic trout habitat and incredible scenery make the lower stretch of the Blackfoot River one of the most popular rivers in Montana. Fly fishing, camping, swimming, rafting or relaxing are some of the things you may enjoy along the Blackfoot Corridor. The Corridor is a partnership between landowners, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), who all work together to provide protection of the natural resources and private property and provide public safety along the 26 mile stretch of river. Learn more
2011 Blackfoot River Recreation Annual Report 3.5 MB includes information pertaining to management of the Blackfoot River.