Outdoor Activities: Golf, Float Trips, Skiing, Fishing, Hiking & Biking

Historical River & Trail Adventures, Rafting Adventures, Canoe Trips, The River Pub & Town FloatsScenic Rafting on the Gorge

Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures is based out of Missoula, Montana. LCTA explores the terrain that captures the imagination of adventures all over. Follow Lewis & Clark on a canoe trip on the wild and scenic upper Missouri River, or a history rich hike on the legendary Lolo Trail, LCTA is dedicated to putting you in the footsteps of the legendary explorers. LCTA offers trips through the beautiful Alberton Gorge on the Clark Fork River; the remote Salmon River; and the unruly Lochsa River. The adventure is always balanced by a high sense of style and comfort. River and trailside meals are sumptuous and diverse, and camp accommodations are outdoor luxury. https://trailadventures.com/

Rafting So Much Fun White Water Trips Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures

Snow Bowl Ski AreaSkiing, Snowboarding, and Snowmobiling

Within minutes of Missoula, Snowbowl Ski Area is famous for its vertical drop. There are hundreds of trails around the area for snowmobiling, plus several snowmobile rental shops. Lolo Hot Springs has an extensive trail system for snowmobiling.  These area also have summer activities.


World-Class FishingWorld Class Fishing

Within an hour’s drive you can fish 5 major rivers. (Rock Creek, Flathead, Bitterroot, Blackfoot, & Clark Fork). If you want to stay in Missoula you can fish for rainbow or brown trout right here on the Clark Fork River! You have the option to go with a guided outfitter or an adventure out on your own. Non-residents are required to buy a 2 day fishing license for $25.


Hiking & Biking in MissoulaHiking and Biking

Missoula is surrounded by many recreational areas, Pattee Canyon, Blue Mountain, and Rattlesnake Recreation Area, to name a few. Throughout the city there is an extensive, beautiful, and well-maintained network of riverfront trails for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists. The Waterworks Hill trail and Kim Williams Nature Trail are a great way to see wild flowers and animals and don’t forget to climb the “M” at the University of Montana to get a bird’s eye view of the Missoula valley!

Hiking and Biking in Missoula is the Best


Golfing – 6 Major Courses NearbyGolf in Missoula

You’ll find many great golf courses in the Missoula area.

    • Canyon River Golf Course – 18 hole (406) 721-0222
    • Highlands Golf Course – 9 hole (406) 728-7360
    • University Golf Course – 9 hole public
      (406) 728-8629
    • Linda Vista Golf Course – 9 hole 3 par
      (406) 251-3655
    • The King Ranch Golf course – 18 hole (406) 626-4000
    • Larchmont Municipal Golf Course – 18 hole (406) 721-4416

Splash Montana Water SlideWater Parks and Splash/Spray Decks

Currents Aquatics Center a year-round indoor water playground has four pools with engaging water features for every age. Splash Montana Water park an outdoor water park is a family fun destination. Splash Montana Water park features an outdoor water park, café, and 50-meter lap pool. Open June through August. Missoula has great parks throughout the area some with Splash Decks and Spray pools for the best summer fun.

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Historical River & Trail Adventures, Rafting Adventures, Canoe Trips, The River Pub & Town Floats

You can experience Montana’s best whitewater on a raft trip through the Alberton Gorge. There are many scenic & historical float trips on the Clark Fork, Blackfoot & Bitterroot Rivers. Pickup for your raft trip can be here at the campground with some companies! (Advance notice required with the raft company). For more info on these spectacular trips check out https://trailadventures.com/


Snow Bowl Ski Area

Skiing, Snowboarding, and Snowmobiling

Within minutes of Missoula, Snowbowl Ski Area is famous for its vertical drop. There are hundreds of trails around the area for snowmobiling, plus several snowmobile rental shops. Lolo Hot Springs has an extensive trail system for snowmobiling. These area also have summer activities.


World-Class FishingWorld Class Fishing

Within an hour’s drive you can fish 5 major rivers. (Rock Creek, Flathead, Bitterroot, Blackfoot, & Clark Fork). If you want to stay in Missoula you can fish for rainbow or brown trout right here on the Clark Fork River! You have the option to go with a guided outfitter or an adventure out on your own. Non-residents are required to buy a 2 day fishing license for $25.


Hiking & Biking in Missoula

Hiking and Biking

Missoula is surrounded by many recreational areas, Pattee Canyon, Blue Mountain, and Rattlesnake Recreation Area, to name a few. Throughout the city there is an extensive, beautiful, and well-maintained network of riverfront trails for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists. The Waterworks Hill trail and Kim Williams Nature Trail are a great way to see wild flowers and animals and don’t forget to climb the “M” at the University of Montana to get a bird’s eye view of the Missoula valley!

Hiking and Biking in Missoula is the Best


Golfing – 6 Major Courses NearbyGolf in Missoula

You’ll find many great golf courses in the Missoula area.

•Canyon River Golf Course – 18 hole (406) 721-0222

•Highlands Golf Course – 9 hole (406) 728-7360

•University Golf Course – 9 hole public
(406) 728-8629

•Linda Vista Golf Course – 9 hole 3 par
(406) 251-3655

•The King Ranch Golf course – 18 hole (406) 626-4000

•Larchmont Municipal Golf Course – 18 hole (406) 721-4416


Water Parks and Splash/Spray Decks

Splash Montana Water SlideCurrents Aquatics Center a year-round indoor water playground has four pools with engaging water features for every age. Splash Montana Water park an outdoor water park is a family fun destination. Splash Montana Water park features an outdoor water park, café, and 50-meter lap pool. Open June through August. Missoula has great parks throughout the area some with Splash Decks and Spray pools for the best summer fun.


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