Basecamp Hiking Trip

Hike the Bob Marshall in basecamp luxury with Naturalists Eric Bergman and Danielle Oyler

Trip Details

Trip Date:

09/05/2021 - 09/09/2021

Trip Type:

Stock Supported

Number of Days/Nights:

5 Days - 4 Nights



Distance with Day Hikes:



Price Per Person:





  • Fall colors
  • Naturalist led hikes
  • Basecamp comforts
  • Wildlife tracking
  • Beautiful water features


The best of adventure and comfort. Join us at our Circus Creek Base Camp for five days of breathtaking hiking in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Naturalists Eric Bergman and Danielle Oyler will join us to enrich our hiking experience and take us to a few of our favorite locations. Circus Creek is the perfect jumping off point for unforgettable day hikes exploring high mountain meadows, rugged limestone passes, and hidden grottos.

Our base camp makes everything comfier during your wilderness experience, with a large wall tent to gather in when the weather turns and a big wood stove to warm your hands next to as you drink your first cup of morning coffee. Guests make camp for the week in beautiful tent sites near the big tent and have easy access to a crystal clear stream near by.

If you are looking for fall colors, beautiful vistas, basecamp comforts, and the expertise of local naturalists, then this is the trip for you.


Please call or email for more details.
(406) 289–0863


Deposits are non-refundable, and the balance is due by May 15th  unless otherwise specified.  The balance is non-refundable after this date.  We do not give refunds for any reason. This includes but is not limited to: route changes due to wildfires, smoke, floods, trail conditions, or unprecedented weather events.  We do not give refunds if personal health inhibits you from participating on a trip.  Because of this, we STRONGLY recommend purchasing trip insurance.  We recommend Global Rescue’s Signature Travel Insurance.

Trip Rating Definitions



  • 5 - 8 mile travel days along river grade trail with some undulating terrain, but no major changes in elevation. All hiking is on maintained trail.


  • 6 – 10 mile travel days with some of those days requiring changes in elevation of 500 – 1200 ft. over several miles. Short portions of route may be off-trail.

Moderately Strenuous

  • 8 – 12+ mile travel days with some days having a combined change in elevation totaling 2,500 feet, or more, over several miles. Off-trail hiking and routing finding with short portions of limited exposure possible.


  • 7 – 12+ mile travel days with regular changes in elevation over a few miles. Frequent off-trail hiking over uneven terrain with areas of exposure and route finding involved. Previous backcountry experience required.

*Please note these descriptions are used for travel days only and are our attempt to provide a rating for the overall trip difficulty. On layover days we will offer optional hiking opportunities that may not be in keeping with the rest of the trip difficulty rating.

Additionally, changes in elevation are meant to represent the days’ starting and ending elevations, but not necessarily the total elevation lost and gained throughout the course of the day. If you have questions or concerns regarding trip difficulty and your abilities please contact us.