Over-Nighters

"I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in." - John Muir

Over-Nighter

2 Days, 1 Night
Coordinated Start and End Time

Potential Trips:
- Hike to a backcountry lake and spend the night camped near the lake.
- Hike up a mountain ridge and camp near the ridge.
- Easy jaunt and camp next to a peaceful creek.

Two-Nighter

3 Days, 2 Nights
Coordinated Start and End Time

Potential Trips:
- Spend two nights camped near a high altitude lake surrounded by mountain peaks.
- Hike out to a backcountry lake and base camp from there to hike to mountain passes and higher elevation lakes.

Three-Nighter

4 Days, 3 Nights
Coordinated Start Time

Potential Trips:
- Spend three nights at a spectacular mountain lake.
- Hike and camp at 3 different mountain lakes in one trip.
- Hike to a backcountry lake and base camp. Day hike to mountain passes and higher elevation lakes.

Custom Length

You decide where and when!

- Spend a night up one trail, then up another the next.
- 5 nights on a long trek through the Bitterroot.
- Explore deeper parts of the Bitterroot on a longer trek.

Book by Email or Plan-A-Trek!!!

Prices are per person

Over-Nighter

$349

*full price

- Easy, Medium or Hard Treks
- Equipment Included
- Guide Carries inflatable kayaks
- Food Included

Two-Nighter

$689

*full price

- Easy, Medium or Hard Treks
- Equipment Included
- Guide Carries inflatable kayaks - Food Included

Three-Nighter

$979

*full price

- Any Difficulty Hike
- Equipment Included
- Guide Carries inflatable kayaks
- Food Included

What's Included?

Distance and Time:
5 to 30-miles, 24 - 72 hrs. Single or Multi-Night Trip

- Adventurous backpacking on a mountain trail through beautiful scenery, wildflowers, and pine forests.

Backpacking gear rental included:
- Tent
- Sleeping Bag/Quilt
- Backpack
- Sleeping Pad
- Trekking Poles
- Water Filtration
- Headlamp
- Cooking Equipment
- First Aid Kit
- Multi-tool
- Equipment Options! Check out the gear list!
-Food!

Meals, Snacks, Hydration:
- All meals and snacks included! Meals are cooked for guests, and you can learn how to do it too! (see "trail cuisine" in our blog)

Education:
- Learn about Leave No Trace Principals.
- Learn about Montana's past through ecology and geology!

How to book:

1. Click this link to fill out a "Plan-A-Trek" form.

2. Plan your Overnight trip by emailing [email protected]

3. Prepare for your trip!

4. Read the Basics of Backpacking Guide.

5. Coordinate trailhead location with Guide.

6. Pack! Link to things to pack in your backpack!

6. Go backpacking!

More Info

- Max group size of 7.

- Guide is Wilderness First Aid Certified, Leave No Trace Certified, and Food-Handler Certified.
- Booking info can be found here.

Safety Info

- Guide carries first aid kit and satellite beacon on every trip.
- Hikes can be hazardous
and will encounter fallen trees, stream crossings, hopping on rocks, scrambling on hands and feet.
- Hiking poles are 100% provided for Over-Nighters.
- Your feet are 95% likely to get wet.
- Make sure you wear appropriate clothing like hiking boots and moisture-wicking clothing.

You may be eligible for a discount!

Discounts

If you have your own gear, let us know what you have in an email! You might be interested in trying out new gear too!

Automatic 10% discount for Montana and New Jersey Residents!