Join The Adventure
Book by January 02, 2019 for early bird pricing.
Join The Adventure
Synthetic or down 30 degree and below with bivy sack.
No. We will supply you with a snack bag for the trip that includes a variety of granola bars, protein bars, etc. If you have particular favorites or special dietary restrictions, please bring snacks that suit your liking. Otherwise, we’ve got you covered.
Ideally your pack weighs as little as possible. Everyone is different but a light pack is 20-30lbs. A heavy pack is 30-40lbs. Keep in mind that you’ll be asked to carry snacks, food, and group supplies on top of whatever you pack yourself so please make sure you have room to do so.
Basic equipment is available for rental. *See packing list
Everyman Expedition Gear List
Montana Alpine Guides will provide trail meals.
We typically pack in really good food / coffee. We will accomodate all food restrictions for all snacks and meals
Cardio based workouts
Back and leg weight training
Yoga / Stretching
No, we provide a toilet kit consisting of plastic bags, wipes and sanitizer. We will dig holes for human waste and take our trash with us. Our goal is to leave the wilderness with no trace.
All you need is a lightweight toothbrush and travel sized toothpaste.
There will be opportunities to bathe in the rivers. Bring a small bottle of natural soap like Dr. Bronners to prevent contamination.
We fill up with water periodically throughout the day from local rivers and streams. We will provide Aqua Mira tabs to purify the water in your cantene.
A minimum of 2 liters
2 large Nalgene bottle. We do not recommend Camelbaks because they often leak but if that’s what you have, bring it.
There are healthy populations of black bears and Grizzlies in these remote areas.
We provide bear spray and we hang all of our food and snacks far from camp while we sleep.
Traveling in large groups prevent bears from coming near us on hikes and in camp.
Our guides are well equipped and will inform us on proper procedures to handle wild animals while in the park.
Hiking days will be moderate to challenging.
We cater each trip to a wide spectrum of fitness levels for all to enjoy.
Temperature in the mountains can range from 30-90 degrees.
Please refer to packing list and prepare for all weather conditions
Your feet are high priority on the trail. Take good care of them!
Lightweight, comfortable, supportive, mid-length, rugged sole
Some boots require a break in period
Check out Salomon Quest, Asolo Fugitive, La Sportiva, Lowa, Merrill
Light-mid weight wool socks
Do not wear cotton socks, they will rub and blister your feet
Check out REI, Smartwool, Wigwam, Darn Tough
We will store any luggage/items not needed on the trail in a secure location.
This includes wallet, keys, cell phone, hygiene items and additional clothes for before and after our hike.
Bring a small bag for items you’ll want when we get picked up at the trail, including swim shorts for the hot springs, hygiene items, cash or credit cards for gift shops, a clean change of clothes or shoes.