Synopses & Reviews
Montanas rivers hold a wealth of riches, and Paddling Montana features thirty-two river trips for avid paddlers, floaters, and anglers. History buffs can follow the routes of Lewis and Clark along the Missouri, the Jefferson, the Beaverhead, and the Bitterroot. Whitewater enthusiasts can head for the Gallatin or the Madisons Beartrap Canyon. Authors Hank and Carol Fischer, who live in Missoula, Montana, joined forces with their son, Kit Fischer, to update this guide and offer additional tips on the best rivers for bird-watching, wildlife viewing, fishing, waterfowl hunting, and guided rafting trips. For more than twenty-five years, FalconGuides® have set the standard for
outdoor guidebooks. Written by top experts, each guide invites you to experience the adventure and beauty of the outdoors. Look inside to find:
Detailed river descriptions
Maps showing access points and river miles
Level of difficulty, optimal flows, rapids, and other hazards
Who to call for up-to-the minute information on floating conditions
A brief overview of Lewisand Clarks historic paddle through Montana
Detailed paddling information on 32 Montana rivers, including such paddling destinations as the Yellowstone, Flathead, Smith, and Missouri. Access points, detailed maps, fishing information, average monthly stream flows, and much more.
In this updated guide to Montana's rivers, Hank and Carol Fischer provide details on where to go; optimal flows, access points, and the river miles between them; which maps to bring along, and who to call for up-to-the-minute information on floating conditions. Paddling Montana
makes the information easily accessible and can help plan your next Montana river trip.