Social Distance in miles, not feet

While the world is in an uncertain and ever-evolving place, we continue to move forward with our summer plans. A couple of factors keep us optimistic. We are lucky to work in one of the nation’s largest Wilderness Areas where space abounds. Our group sizes are small and the majority of our clientele lives within Montana’s borders. We have been discussing new policies to build upon our already robust safety, hygiene and food handling practices to keep our guests and staff safe.

We also believe in better times ahead, and that planning a much-needed trip to the mountains might make our days a little brighter. We’re itching to get on the trail and breathe some mountain air during these unsettling times, and we know many of you are feeling the same.

With that in mind, we’re still looking forward to our summer season, while knowing that we may still need to change our plans. However we move forward, we’ll continue to follow CDC and State guidelines for public health. This may include limiting our guests to only include Montana residents depending on travel advisories in place at the time of a scheduled trip.  You may wish to keep apprised of the State’s decisions as we move through this emergency, at

As we continue to navigate the times we have a few options for hitting the woods this summer that might fit well with your plans and comfort level.

Montana Drop Camps – travel with friends, family or whoever you feel safe sharing your space with.  $1500 will get you a drop with 4 mule loads of gear up to 11 miles from the trailhead.  We will provide bear boxes and other support to help you plan a safe, easy and scenic mountain getaway.  Meet our packer at the trailhead where we will follow social distancing and CDC guidelines to pack and load your gear and get it all safely moved to your camp. Click below to learn more.

Learn more about our drop camps
Chinese Wall – What could be more memorable than spending weeks locked up in your house as the world suffers through a global pandemic?  Visiting The Chinese Wall in the Bob Marshall, of course.  We’ve added a Chinese Wall Trip to our line up, July 9 – 14.  This is a great opportunity to visit one of Montana’s epic natural wonders.
Learn more about the Chinese Wall
Space Available – Admittedly, we are anticipating cancellations in our future. But as space becomes available we hope to be able to fill those vacancies with interested folks from across Montana.  If this might be you, please email us and we will keep you in the loop.

Even if we don’t get to see you this summer, we hope that you enjoy the season and are able to get out there and stretch your legs.  Everyone stay safe and if you have any questions or concerns please reach out.


Yve and Maggie

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