Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Montana

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Montana. Use this list to plan your next Montana flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This big, clear river courses through heavily-forested mountains, providing good fishing ...
The river that carried Lewis and Clark across much of Montana is a trout-filled mountainous ...
The longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, the Yellowstone tumbles down a ...
The isolated Marias River originates east of Glacier National Park and features spectacular ...
This aptly named river flows through pine forests and mountain meadows with the famous ...
The slow-moving Whitefish River meanders past grassy meadows and willow-lined banks, providing ...
This wide river with aquamarine waters flows tranquilly past the spectacular Mission Mountains. ...
The Clark Fork starts out small, but exits the state as Montana's largest river. It meanders ...
The South Fork is a fairy-tale wilderness river that flows through the heart of the Bob ...
The Blackfoot is a glacial stream, lined with large rocks, that occasionally gets squeezed ...
The Stillwater is a fast, rocky mountain river that flows through timbered bottomlands ...
Crystal-clear waters rush through narrow canyons with sheer walls and spectacular rock ...
Originating in Yellowstone National Park, the alpine-like Gallatin River provides great ...
The Sun River starts in a deep canyon, runs through prairie grasslands and finally meanders ...
Montana's most famous fishing river, the rapid-flowing Madison cuts a beautiful swath ...
The glacial-green waters of the North Fork flow through heavily forested terrain along ...
Once traversed for its entire distance by the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Jefferson ...
Amber waters flowing over cobbled bottoms and through scenic valleys create on of Montana's ...
This small, sinuous stream snakes its way through the historic Ruby Valley, providing ...
East of Yellowstone National Park in the shadow of the Beartooth Mountains, the Clarks ...
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