Red Rock River Lillian Lake to Clark Canyon Reservoir

Dillon, Montana

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Small, windy and remote, the Red Rock River originates in one of Montana's most scenic high-altitude valleys. It is Class I its entire length. Sharp turns, fast current, and log-jams below Lima Reservoir require at least intermediate skill. Good wildlife viewing for trumpeter swans, which regularly use the river between Lower Red Rock Lake and Brundage Lane.
Paddling Montana

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Paddling Montana

by Hank & Carol Fischer (Falcon Guides)

Small, windy and remote, the Red Rock River originates in one of Montana's most scenic high-altitude valleys. It is Class I its entire length. Sharp turns, fast current, and log-jams below Lima Reservoir require at least intermediate skill. Good wildlife viewing for trumpeter swans, which regularly use the river between Lower Red Rock Lake and Brundage Lane.

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

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Dillon
Distance: 131
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Local Contacts: Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Bozeman, 406-994-4042. Flow information: BOR, Billings, 406-247-7318
Local Maps: BLM #35 (Lima), #45 (Hebgen Lake); USFS Beaverhead Interagency Travel Plan (East and West); USGS Ashton-ID, Dubois-WY;; USFWS: Red Rock Lakes Recreation Guide.
Driving Directions: Directions to Red Rock River: Lillian Lake to Clark Canyon Reservoir

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