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All reviews mann gulch boat ride bald eagles lewis and clark missouri river beautiful scenery rock formations great trip hour trip picnic area two hours our tour guide open boat recommend this trip both sides flora and fauna points of interest
We have taken many visitors on the boat ride. We were privileged to go on one that was led by an historian from the University of Montana. We have enjoyed every trip and we were told by Iraqi students that we hosted it was their...More
As they traveled on their epic journey across the Western Plains in 1805, Lewis & Clark and their Corps of Discovery happened upon what they described as the Gates Of the Rocky Mountains, which today is known as the Gates of the Mountains Wilderness. Lewis...More
I found the Gates of Mountains Boat Tour online, while searching for a fun, scenic, and somewhat educational activity for our family of 4 to do in Montana. We were leaving the east side of Glacier NP and heading toward Salt Lake City - but...More
Gates of the Mountain Boat Ride
I didn't realize that there was a specific point on
the river that identified what Lewis wrote.
"these clifts rise from the waters edge on either side
perpendicularly to the height of 1200 feet." ...
... "I called it...More
Two friends and I stopped for this boat tour on our way to Yellowstone. What a treat! It was getting to the end of their season so everyone was a litle laid back and very friendly. The small snack bar served up a tasty lunch...More
Brought out of state relatives here to show it off. Filthy bathrooms. Stink. Dirt. Not cleaned in weeks. Should be cleaned daily at a minimum. Guest used bathroom on boat to change. Said it was like the worse outhouse ever. Sat in back could not...More
This is a very reasonably priced boat ride with excellent commentary. If you are fortunate enough to spot bald eagles, osprey, elk and other wildlife along the way,it is a bonus. We were pleased to be on the Sacagawea, where all seats are open air....More