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The Premier Outfitter on the Upper Missouri River

Guided Trips

Looking for a longer trip tailored to your group?
Our 3 – 6 day Guided Trips are great for you!

Day Trips

A day-trip is perfect for a short stay in Fort Benton.
Relax, kick back, and paddle for 4-6 hours!


We have a huge fleet of canoes and kayaks.
From a single kayak to large family reunions!


Nothing beats someone else driving you and your stuff after your time on the water!

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The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument is one of America’s undiscovered gems. Meandering through the vast and breathtakingly beautiful northern Great Plains, its rare geology was formed during the last ice age.

Towering white sandstone cliffs and secluded cottonwood-shaded campsites mark this stretch of the Missouri. Both sunrise and sunset provide unrivaled natural light shows on the cliff faces.

Rugged, remote, quiet. The badlands section comprises a nearly 70-mile stretch where the river seems to have “broken” through the surrounding rough uplands, hence the famed title, “the Missouri Breaks”.

The Marias is one of northern Montana’s best kept secrets. While Meriwether Lewis christened the river “Maria’s River” (for his cousin Maria Wood), the Blackfeet people, who used the river for a millennium, call it “Bear River”.

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What to Expect

The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument and the Marias River corridor are best experienced by canoe or kayak. Because both rivers are wide, with docile currents and lack white water rapids, the trip is easily navigated and doesn’t require advanced, technical skill. Visitors can expect to paddle (with the current) 14-20 miles per day.