Welcome to Bozeman

kootenaicreekBozeman Montana is located two hours northwest of Yellowstone National Park and contains some of the best whitewater in the state. The most commonly run rivers are The Gallatin, Yellowstone, and The Madison along with a plethora of excellent creeks to back up those standard runs. Theres boating for all types of paddlers here, from scenic class II floats all the way up to gnar V+ expeditions. The Gallatin is the typical “after work” run for Bozmanites as it is a 25 minute drive from the heart of town and has several stretches that range from II to IV depending on flows.

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Tumwater Free for all

July 12th, 2017 Contributed by: bozemankayaker

Good morning Wenatchee Valley! I hope everyone has been having a rockin summer. It has been hot AF and the river has been quite the asset to keep our minds right. For tonights weekly dose, we are going to get our Tumwater on! Bring your play boat and come throw down in cherry hole or fire off some laps on what ever section you like.

APE’s Basic Swift Water Rescue Course

July 10th, 2017 Contributed by: bozemankayaker

(Registration Deadline: 8/4/2017)

APE’s Hiwassee River Weekend

July 10th, 2017 Contributed by: bozemankayaker

Come join us for a weekend on the Hiwassee River (Class I-II water) July 14-15! We’re planning on driving down on Friday afternoon and camp at Gee Creek Campground. It is a very nice facility with full amenities. Saturday: Meeting at the put-in at 12:00 noon


 

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