Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Montana
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Montana

41
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
14 - 84 mi
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Montana has 41 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 14 to 84 miles in length. The most popular trails are Bitterroot River , Clearwater River and North Fork Flathead River . Trails.com member Ted B. recently completed South Fork Flathead River .
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This big, clear river courses through heavily-forested mountains, providing good fishing ...
The glacial-green waters of the North Fork flow through heavily forested terrain along ...
Although SR 135 parallels the river for most of this route, the Clark Fork River offers ...
The isolated Marias River originates east of Glacier National Park and features spectacular ...
The river that carried Lewis and Clark across much of Montana is a trout-filled mountainous ...
This aptly named river flows through pine forests and mountain meadows with the famous ...
This wide river with aquamarine waters flows tranquilly past the spectacular Mission Mountains. ...
The longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, the Yellowstone tumbles down a ...
The slow-moving Whitefish River meanders past grassy meadows and willow-lined banks, providing ...
The small and uncrowded Thompson River requires better-than-average paddling skills to ...
One of the few floatable streams in the far northwest corner of Montana, the Yaak meanders ...
One of Montana's premier floating streams, the Smith River cuts a narrow swath through ...
This small, sinuous stream snakes its way through the historic Ruby Valley, providing ...
Named for its whitish color, the lengthy Milk winds through remote prairies and seldom-visited ...
Crystal-clear waters rush through narrow canyons with sheer walls and spectacular rock ...
A notably clear stream that flows over graveled bottoms and through cottonwood bottoms ...
The Kootenai River through Idaho is a big, meandering river that’s controlled by releases ...
The Bull gently meanders through lush grasslands and timbered bottoms before reaching ...
The sparkling Swan flows through pine forests and cottonwood bottoms, providing occasional ...
The Sun River starts in a deep canyon, runs through prairie grasslands and finally meanders ...
The Stillwater is a fast, rocky mountain river that flows through timbered bottomlands ...
This well-graveled, clean-flowing mountain stream gushes past spectacular palisades and ...
A remote eastern Montana river, described by pioneers as "a mile wide and an inch deep," ...
Montana's most famous fishing river, the rapid-flowing Madison cuts a beautiful swath ...
Originating in Yellowstone National Park, the alpine-like Gallatin River provides great ...
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