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​​​​​​​Montana Adventure Shuttle Newsletter


Vol 5 - JUNE 2018

Photo above: Sheila in the Shuttle -- copyright Micah Dawes Larson of Apis Communication Science, and the Badasserie Blog.

This newsletter brings you shuttle news, events & updates, links, and stories from
"Behind The Wheel".

Endless roads, endless possibilities...

PS:  SUMMER IS HERE!! Reservations for summer, fall and winter tours and events are happening! Don't wait, the Shuttle operates on a first-come-first-served basis...
NEWS: New Partnership and Ridesharing
MTAS is excited to announce a new partnership with local naturalist, Hobie Hare! Hobie, a fellow entrepreneur specializing in connecting people with nature, will be working with me to offer special tours, beginning with an interpretive nature tour through the Bitterroot Valley, south of Missoula. The Bitterroot Valley Nature Tour will offer passengers a day trip visiting three different habitats, with interpretive narration and description from Hobie. The tour also includes lunch, and free time at beautiful Lake Como, in the south end of the valley!  Visit Hobie's website,, to learn more about what he offers with his business! Visit the MTAS Events/Updates page for more tour information! ... Let's Go!
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Also on the Events/Updates page, check out the new 'ridesharing' section (top of page) to see what seating may be available for upcoming trips!

 Behind the Wheel Blog article:
"Safety and Preparation in Montana's Outdoors"

"Ahh, the great outdoors!"  No matter where your Montana journey takes you, nor how high you climb, how far you paddle or bicycle, nor how long you bask in the sun on Montana's riverbanks, there are always safety concerns to consider!

For example: we have bears--both black bears and "grizzlies"! Bear spray, said to be the number one deterrent for bear attacks, can be found in many local sporting goods stores around Missoula. Pick up a can "just in case", especially if you are heading out into the backcountry or any area bears are known to frequent. 

In addition to local wildlife, summers can be hot and sunny, and at these higher elevations, sun protection is key! Stay hydrated, too, and be cognizant of signs of heat stroke. Frequent weather changes also accompany mountain terrain, so keep an eye on the sky!

For other safety tips, visit Montana State Parks website:, and consider your surroundings and/or physical limitations.  Now, go have fun!!

Photo:  River floaters at the Sha-Ron Fishing Access in East Missoula.

Photo: Sheila and Hobie during a special tour to Glacier National Park - 2018
Featured MTAS Partner:

Double Arrow Lodge

Have a wedding or other special event you want to take place in a gorgeous setting, in a wonderfully friendly valley? Look to Double Arrow Lodge in Seeley Lake, Montana to take care of you and your group's needs--from family reunions and business conferences, to golf getaways! 
For solo passengers, and groups of 2-11 people, the Shuttle can get you all to Double Arrow... Let's Go!

Visit Double Arrow Lodge
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