Montana: Path of a river

Montana's rivers are liquid highways through some of the most beautiful wilderness areas on earth. And with a little creative trip planning, you can explore these watersheds from their headwaters, and down into the whitewater canyons. Our crew hiked up into Hyalite Canyon in the Gallatin National Forest, a wild landscape where snowmelt tumbles off 10,000-foot peaks. From here they floated the Gallatin River, which not only has classic class III-IV rapids for paddling but some of the best fly fishing in the US. If you're truly looking for adventure, Montana's waters are like no place else on earth.

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Visit Montana.

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