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Missoula SUP Standup Paddleboarding Guided Stand Up Paddleboard Trips

Join us for a new way to experience Montana on a guided SUP (stand up paddleboard) trip on the Clark Fork River. We provide everything you need for the adventure including instruction, equipment, and one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. SUP is wildly popular on the oceans and Montana River Guides' Hawaiian connections have inspired us to offer this experience on our river. 

***SUP Journal Article

Back in 1995 MRG introduced riverboarding to Montana to give people the opportunity to experience the river at face-level. Now we're offering a new way to experience the river once again with our stand up paddleboard trips on scenic sections of the Clark Fork River. Join us for a morning afternoon or evening excursion. You'll review safety, equipment, reading water, self rescue and paddle technique with your guide before embarking on on of the most unique and challenging ways we've found to run the river. Meet times at 9am, 2pm and 6 pm all summer. 

Half day trips start at $85 per person.  Call 406-722-7238. 

 

Office: 406-722-7238 • Cell: 406-240-8060 • E-mail: rivers@montana.com

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