Tumwater Canyon of the Wenatchee River. Photo: Jay Thomas
Welcome to Bozeman
Bozeman 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.
Recent News and Info
When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M. Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!
It’s that time again… Hometown Throwdown Season This year we have already had more precipitation than any other year in recorded history in the Northern Sierra so flows will be high throughout the summer. With that in mind we are going to go a bit longer this year and hold events through June. So grab your friends, dust off the paddling gear, and meet us in two weeks to kick things off. HTTD will start at 5-530pm on Wednesdays every two weeks. April 26 th – Reno Whitewater Park – Slalom Survivor Race May 10 th — TBD May 24 th — TBD June 7 th — TBD June 21 st — TBD Because flows will be changing a lot this season, we will be adjusting the event type and location as we go