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Great Northern Whitewater Resort/Glacier River School
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West Glacier, MT

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River/Guide school Great Northern Resort has a 36 year history of providing whitewater and fishing trips on the Flathead River in (more...)
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Red Rock River Kayak & Canoe Touring on the Beaverhead River

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Red Rock River Info
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Put In:  Upper Lake Campground
Take Out:  Brundage Bridge
Difficulty:  Class I
Run Length:  21 miles
Good Level:  143 cfs
Streamflow Comments: 

Flows are usually to low to navigate by mid-summer.

Season Comments:  March, April, May, June, July, August, September
Primary Season: 
Water Craft:  canoe,touring
Camping on River:  Yes, at the put-in.
Location:  In the Rocky Mtn Region (MT), of
Shuttle Logistics: 

To get to the take out from the put-in:

1. Head west on S Valley Rd
12.0 mi
2. Turn right at Brundage Ln

Continue on Brundage Lane until it crosses the river. 

To get to the put-in from Lima:

1. Head west on Keller St toward N Harrison St
338 ft
2. Turn left at N Harrison St
0.3 mi
3. Take the 3rd right onto Bailey St
0.2 mi
4. Turn left to merge onto I-15 S
14.4 mi
5. Take exit 0 toward Monida
0.2 mi
6. Turn left toward S Valley Rd
0.2 mi
7. Continue straight onto S Valley Rd
31.7 mi

Red Rock River on the Beaverhead River

This float is a wildfowl extravaganza.  Red Rocks is most known for the rescue of the trumpeter swan.  Wildlife viewers have spotted more than 200 species of birds in the Red Rock Lake National Wildlife Refuge. 

Last Edited by josho on 5/23/2011

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