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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:  SPRING IS HERE!! Reservations for spring, summer and fall tours and events are happening! Don't wait, the Shuttle operates on a first-come-first-served basis...
NEWS: Local River Conditions and "Float Trips"

Many of you know, parts of urban and rural Missoula, as well as surrounding areas succumb to flooding and swollen rivers and riparian areas this spring, resulting from warming mountain snow runoff, rain, and sharply rising temperatures...and more rain; repeat. As a result of the rapid (no pun intended) rising of the rivers, several local recreation areas were closed to boating, and/or floating the river. These conditions lead to dangerous conditions including logjams and other heavy debris, as well as hypothermia in prolonged exposure. Care and observation must play a part in your choice to recreate on the rivers. Rest assured, floating season is coming, however, so stay tuned to the great outdoors, and our local wild land agencies...


Learn More about our local rivers and waterways, before planning your next float trip!

 Behind the Wheel Blog article:
"A World of Experience"

As with American groups that book “the Shuttle”, I am filled with gratification to see its seats filled with people from all walks of life, and, since its inception, all parts of the globe! In addition to private shuttle experiences, corporate and educational (aka “study groups”) have taken advantage of the Shuttle’s offerings for various purposes, representing various industries and various countries.
From Canada to France, Ireland to India, Australia and Ukraine, my passengers have shared with me that they have enjoyed their experiences abroad while visiting Missoula and the surrounding areas, as well as the National Parks...

{please click the button below to read the rest of the article!}

Photo: The Blackstone LaunchPad group from University College Cork, Ireland, and, members of the Missoula Downtown Association and fellow local business, Big Dipper Ice Cream.

Read Complete Story...
Photo: The Clark Fork River flooding Missoula's western edge.  
Featured MTAS Partner:

Bear Creek Lodge

Corporate or other groups seeking a beautiful wooded, alpine setting for their retreat, or even couples' groups who want to enjoy each other and quiet time will Love this lodge! Located in Victor, MT, in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, the lodge is adorned with quintessential Montana and western decor. The lodge owners and caretakers assure that your stay will surpass your expectations! Please visit the lodge's website for more information, and consult the staff and/or the Shuttle for activities on-site or nearby, in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley.  

Take your group south of Missoula, and enjoy some "ahh moments" at Bear Creek Lodge!

Visit Bear Creek Lodge
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