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​​​​​​​Montana Adventure Shuttle Newsletter

IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT

Vol 13 - FEBRUARY 2019

Sheila in the Shuttle 2018

Photo above: Sheila in the Shuttle -- copyright by 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...

NEWS:  "Work Travel" / Corporate Shuttling 

Corporate Shuttling in Montana,
and Beyond!


Does your company need to travel for work in and around Montana? When flights to nearby towns are not possible, or carpooling is too complicated to arrange for larger groups, the Shuttle can transport your group and help them remain productive on-the-go!  "Work travel" (aka Corporate Shuttling) with the Shuttle offers additional amenities such as WiFi and boosted cellular service on board for up to 10-11 people, so that they can continue working while yours truly does the driving. USB charging ports, coffee, snacks, and any stops en route are also optional additions to this special and unique form of transportation, based here in Missoula, MT. 

With someone behind the wheel who is not part of your organization, all members of the group can also participate safely in team building experiences, while they travel! Solo travelers and small groups are welcome, too, of course, for half-, whole- or multi-day trips, wherever your group needs to be!

Take advantage of this unique transportation experience to work-travel, team-build, or head to a retreat (you can work on the way, and later play)!  
 
 
For general booking and information, visit the website: www.mtshuttle.com / email: info@mtshuttle.com / phone: 406.493.2345
click for Work Travel details
Featured Destination:

Winter Sports in the Bitterroot National Forest 

How about it--your group and your gear going to the woods together, and getting outside!?
Whether you're cross country skiing, snowshoeing or fat biking, just south of Missoula lie numerous trails to be enjoyed in the Bitterroot National Forest.  Popular trailheads like Lolo Pass, Chief JosephLake Como (click links for more information) are just a few of the destinations the Shuttle can help get your group to this winter.
Walking trails around the Larry Creek Campground near the Bass Creek Trailhead offer a little XC workout, as well as trails along the Lolo Creek in the Lolo Canyon.

Where you find dirt roads and trails with public access, there are likely to be recreation opportunities galore! Gather your group and your gear, and go to the Bitterroot Forest!
(Please remember, wherever you go, please "pack out" what you pack in.)


Call  or email for more info about "ski shuttling" for group:
ph. 406.493.2345; email: info@mtshuttle.com

 

Additional resources: 
https://www.missoulanordic.org/
http://www.bitterrootxcskiclub.net/

click for Winter Excursions with the Shuttle

Behind the Wheel blog:
"The Real Meaning of Adventure"
By Sheila Cornwell

 

     “Not that this is an adventure,” my client said to me (driver of the Adventure Shuttle), “but are you able to take my mom to her eye appointment in Missoula?” My emphatic response, “Of course,” was met with relief from the young woman who recently moved to Montana and is currently living over 70 miles south of Missoula. Her work schedule was not flexible enough to offer several hours off to drive her mother, who was unable to drive herself. On the way, the mother and I talked, and I heard tales of their recent move which included snow storms, horse trailers and very slow travels, all in the spirit of making a life change from the Midwest to the Rocky Mountains. It was a fun and energetic conversation.
 
     Yet, after the simple trip back and forth with the mother, that first near-apology by the daughter stuck with me… Who can really claim that a simple there-and-back trip to the eye doctor can’t be considered an “adventure”? ...

...(continue reading: https://www.mtshuttle.com/blog)...

 

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FYI: Reservations for tours and events can be made year-round! Don't wait, the Shuttle operates on a first-come-first-served basis, so call with your ideas and...
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Contact:  406.493.2345     Email: info@mtshuttle.com

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