Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone Montana border to the Yellowstone River

Belfry, Montana

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East of Yellowstone National Park in the shadow of the Beartooth Mountains, the Clarks Fork meanders through isolated cottonwood groves and beautiful prairie country. This river is Class I for its entire length in Montana (the whitewater is in Wyoming). Suitable for practiced beginners at normal flows. This is the perfect trip for those seeking solitude and good wildlife viewing. What most Montana rivers were like 30 years ago.
Paddling Montana

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Paddling Montana

by Hank & Carol Fischer (Falcon Guides)

East of Yellowstone National Park in the shadow of the Beartooth Mountains, the Clarks Fork meanders through isolated cottonwood groves and beautiful prairie country.

This river is Class I for its entire length in Montana (the whitewater is in Wyoming). Suitable for practiced beginners at normal flows. This is the perfect trip for those seeking solitude and good wildlife viewing. What most Montana rivers were like 30 years ago.

©  Hank & Carol Fischer/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Belfry
Distance: 73
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Local Contacts: Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Billings, 406-247-2940
Local Maps: BLM; #63 (Red Lodge), #72 (Bridger), #71 (Billings), RAG-36; USFS Custer (Beartooth); USGS Billings.
Driving Directions: Directions to Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone: Montana border to the Yellowstone River

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