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5-Day Montana Bob Marshall Wilderness Pack Trip for Two (2)

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5-Day Montana Bob Marshall Wilderness Pack Trip for Two (2)
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Eventgroove
Contact: Lance Trebesch
22 South Central Ave.
Harlowton, MT 59036
lance@eventgroove.com
(888) 509-1060
A Trip of a Lifetime. Many trips tout this but this one is it. The 1.5 million acre Bob Marshall
Wilderness is considered by many to be the crown jewel of America’s wilderness system. It
contains the valleys, lakes and streams that make up the headwaters of several rivers including
the South Fork of the Flathead River. Elevations vary from 4000’ to 9000’. The breathtaking
scenery, wildflowers, and wildlife make for memories that will last a lifetime. On most trips,
guests see grizzly bears, black bears, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, elk, moose, mule deer,
and even the occasional wolverine. Bring a nice camera!
The Bob Marshall is also a fisherman’s paradise with world-class fishing for native cutthroat on
the South Fork Flathead River and its tributaries. Alpine lakes, glacial streams, and the main
rivers offer a wide opportunity for novice and expert alike. With an abundance of trout lying in
wait in the cold, clear waters, it is truly a memorable experience.
Your hosts and guides will be Richs’s Montana Guest Ranch who have been outfitting and
guiding in “The Bob” for over 60 years.
Other than tips, everything is covered in this trip including shuttle from Missoula airport and
pre-trip and post-trip lodging at the ranch.
Details:
• Guests: 2
• Days: 5 day pack trip, pre and post lodging also available free of charge.
• Dates: August 27-31. (Note: you can move this to 2024 if needed. Some dates may not be
available).
• All meals: included.
• All camping equipment: included.
You and the other guests on the pack trip will ride horseback everyday. All camp gear is
packed on mules. Your guides generally move camp every other day and have layover days in
between to ride, fish, explore, relax, and enjoy camp life. You will stay in teepee tents with covered
floors and screened doors. Hearty meals are prepared and served under the kitchen fly,
and guests gather around the campfire in the evenings to tell stories and build friendships.