Adventure Missoula is the original outfitter of whitewater rafting through the famed Alberton Gorge. Our raft shop is located right at the river put in with private parking. Our experienced staff will provide a fun and safe experience for people of all ages! Rafting the Alberton Gorge section on the Clark Fork River is considered to be the best family friendly whitewater rafting in the state and world-class due to diverse scenery.
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All trips include: Life Jackets (pfd’s), wet suits if needed for comfort, splash jackets, water shoes, guide, boat, paddles, shuttle/transportation (arrange in advance). Full days include locally sourced, homemade lunch featuring fresh garden grown produce grown on site.
*Clark Fork River Full Day Whitewater Trip Voted #1 Thing to do while in Missoula, April – November Class I, II, III+ ages 6+ (ages 12+ until July 1st) If you’re looking for a day of fun, excitement and relaxation, join us for whitewater thrills on the Clark Fork River. This is a big volume, big ride river with lots of roller coaster waves and fun class II-III (intermediate) rapids with names such as Boateater, Fang, Cliffside and Tumbleweed. Between the rapids are calm stretches where you may jump in for a swim, or sit back and relax to enjoy the spectacular scenery. This 12 mile river trip provides 15 rapids and breath taking scenery down the world-class Alberton Gorge on the Clark Fork River! See more details The Clark Fork is the largest river in MT by volume. The trip starts at 10AM and wraps up around 4PM MST. Our customers meet right at the river entrance (our shop)! Free Shuttle Available Adults – $85 Ages 6 to 17 – $75
*Clark Fork River Half Day Whitewater Trip Voted #1 Thing to do while in Missoula April – November Class I, II, III+ ages 6+ (ages 12+ until July 1st) This is a great 12 mile river trip providing 15 rapids that will get you wet head to toe and features breathtaking scenery down the Alberton Gorge on the Clark Fork River. See more details This trip includes a handful of rapids that are class III. It is world-class whitewater that is safe for families (having a recovery flat stretch after each rapid). It is the largest river by volume in the state of MT and is quite possibly one of the prettiest stretches of whitewater in the west. Trips depart at 9am, 1pm, and 4pm MST daily. Our customers meet right at the river entrance (our shop)! Free Shuttle Available Adults – $60 Ages 5 to 17 – $50
Blackfoot River Full Day Whitewater Trip April – June Class I, II, III ages 6+ Full Day trip includes a river-side catered lunch and an all day affair departing at 10am for a full 6 hour day. Route: Round Up to Johnsrud Park. Includes gear, rafting, shuttle for trip (transportation), guide, and lunch! The Blackfoot River is a snow/spring fed river. The Blackfoot River is renowned for its beauty and unique features. Free Shuttle Available Adults – $90 Ages 5 to 17 – $80
Blackfoot Half Day Whitewater Trip April – June Class I, II, III ages 6+ We run this trip in May, June, and early July. Trips depart at 9am in the morning or 1pm in the afternoon and offer a gorgeous 3 hour trip leaving you time to participate in another activity. Route: Whitaker Bridge to Johnsrud Park. The Blackfoot River is known for its recreational opportunities, mostly rafting and fishing! Free Shuttle Available Adults – $75 Ages 5 to 17 – $65
Combination Whitewater Rafting/Fishing Trip April – November Class I, II, III+ ages 6+ This can be a full day family or fly fishing seeker adventure on the world class Clark Fork River. Participants intermittently fish and raft whitewater throughout the day. This guide favorite covers 12 miles and 15 rapids. Option to fly/spin fish. Expect to see world class scenery and catch large fish on one of the most beautiful stretches in the Montana west. Free Shuttle Available $450 base price one participant, $50 each additional participant (up to five people)
Lochsa Full Day Rafting Trips May – Mid June, Class III and IV, ages 16+ The Lochsa is truly one of the best rivers in the world for adrenaline soaked adventure in the midst of stunning Idaho wilderness. The Lochsa River means “rough water” in Nez Perce and begins on the western slope of The Bitterroot Mountains. It is located in the scenic and gorgeous Clearwater National Forest near the Montana/Idaho border. It is a beautiful two hour drive and worth it. *transportation not included. The Lochsa is truly one of the best rivers in the world for adrenaline soaked adventure in the midst of amazing natural beauty. The Lochsa is a free-flowing, wild and scenic river that bounces down a steep granite canyon. The river is surrounded by a lush forest and beds of dense moss. With close to 40 rapids in our 20-mile “day run”, many of them class IV, every trip down the river is an exciting challenge. All rafters must be at least 16 years old and helmets are required. Adults 16+ $120
Private Guided Whitewater Full Day Trip Clark Fork River Trip April -October Class I, II, III+ ages 6+ This 15 mile trip features a private whitewater guide and your family or group of up to 8 guests on a boat and trip of your own separate from others for privacy. Trip includes riverside catered lunch, drinks, shuttle back to our shop, and all gear. Twelve rapids, sandy beaches, a scenic canyon and exciting diverse scenery awaits your group! Free Shuttle Available $680 for boat, up to 8 participants
Call to if you’d like us to handle your booking or have any questions about our adventures and whitewater rafting trips: 406-813-0595
If you are en route to Glacier National Park, take a break with Adventure Missoula and join us for a half day raft trip!
“What an amazing experience for a group of first timers! We had an 8 year old, 10 year old and 13 year old and all three had an absolute blast. The guides were more than accommodating and made the entire experience so enjoyable. Can’t say enough good things about this place. We even got to get out of the boats and jumped off of a cliff into the river. A++++ 10/10” -Addy Gonzalez, 2019