The Last, Best Wilderness
Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, known as the Bob, is located in Northwestern Montana, and spans both sides of the Continental Divide. The largest wilderness in Montana, the Bob is home to elk, grizzly bear, lynx, wolverine, deer, gray wolf, moose, black bear, mountain lion, mountain goat, and mountain sheep. The Bob Marshall is part of the larger wilderness corridor that begins in the Canadian Rockies and spans Glacier National Park, The Bob Marshall and Yellowstone National Park. Unlike our often crowded National Parks, the Bob Marshall Wilderness affords a remoteness and solitude almost impossible to experience in our busy modern day lives. In the Bob Marshall you will rediscover and reconnect with nature in its purest form: clear rivers, rugged mountains, abundant wildlife and larger-than-life Montana skies.
We guide from Holland Lake Trailhead in the Swan Valley or Meadow Creek Trailhead near Glacier National Park. Our trips take us all over the Bob Marshall Wilderness. We are unique in that we operate the only summer base camp on the South Fork of the Flathead River, located in the heart of some of the best fly fishing areas in the state and within close distance to many of the most beautiful natural wonders of the Bob Marshall Wilderness.