Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures offers you the chance to confront the same obstacles, to enjoy the same triumphs, and to walk the same path that Lewis and Clark Traveled. We have carefully chosen areas for you to explore that remain much the same as when Lewis & Clark first explored the west: Canoeing the famed White Cliffs of the Missouri River and hiking or biking the rugged and remote Lolo Trail, or a combination of land and river.
Paddle the Wild & Scenic Upper Missouri and uncover the layers of history. You’ll camp where the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped, see what they saw and learn about their trip from our experienced guides. For any river traveler, this trip offers a very accessible route of discovery: geology, wildlife, Native American culture, early explores and the pioneers that followed.
Walk in the last true remaining footsteps of Lewis & Clark on the Lolo Trail where little has changed since the expedition crossed here in 1805-1806. Experience why Lewis & Clark described this area as the most challenging yet majestic portion of their journey. The Lolo Trail is a high mountainous ridgeline trail that allows you to see where the expedition came from and brings to light the decisions they faced. You will have the opportunity to explore Lewis Clark camps rarely visited in the last 200 years.