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Snowy Springs Outfitters, Inc. Invites You To Join Us For
The Ultimate Wilderness Adventure!

Snowy Springs is a full service wilderness outfitter, specializing in designing trips for those of you wanting more than the standard tourist fare.  Contact us through our “Contact Page” or phone.  We are happy to help you with all your planning.  Whatever your budget – we have something for you!  We are firm believers in “Quality opposed to Quantity”.

We operate in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, mainly the Great Bear section, located in Northwestern Montana, just south of Glacier National Park. This Area encompasses thousands of acres centered along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River in the heart of the Rocky Mountains along the Continental Divide.

Guided Wilderness Trips

Day Rides
Pack Trips
Ride & Raft Trips
Specialty Fishing Trips
Packing Service

Wilderness Hunt Trips

Spring Black Bear
Fall Big Game

What is Wilderness?

The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex consists of The Great Bear, Bob Marshall, and Scapegoat Wilderness areas making it the third largest wilderness complex in the lower 48, over a million acres. This land was set aside by the Federal Government to be kept as close as possible to the untamed frontier. Nothing with a wheel or a motor is allowed. All travel is by foot or horseback, with the exception of a backcountry airstrip located in the heart of the Wilderness at Schaffer Meadows Ranger Station. We operate under permits issued by the USDA Forest Service that limits the number of guests we can escort through this unique area.

Base Camp

Base Camp is located forty five miles east of West Glacier, Montana. The Flathead Valley is accessible by air through Glacier International Airport (current airlines: Horizon/Alaska, Skywest/Delta, United, Allegient).  By rail (Amtrak), and by auto (US Highway 93 and US Highway 2).  You may also fly into Great Falls International Airport (Alaska, Allegient, Delta, United). There is also the option of flying directly into the backcountry via bush plane.

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