Sometimes guests want a change from horseback riding or fly fishing, so they choose to float down the scenic waters of the Yellowstone River west of Big Timber.  They go back in time as they follow the route taken by explorer William Clark in 1806

Cool clear water makes for a fun tubing adventure that is enjoyed by all ages!  Afterwards a stop at the local old fashioned soda fountain quenches the thirst after a couple hours on the river.  


Ready to begin a fun “family" activity


A scenic float, but waves pop up at times


A change of pace from riding and fishing


picnic lunch web

Enjoying a picnic on the river bank


Tubing behind the raft is enjoyed by all ages


Spotting eagles along the way provides excitement!


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Our activities are permitted by the Gallatin National Forest.


There are a wide variety of ranches to choose from. 
For more information that might help pick the right ranch go to the page "How to select a dude ranch".