Whitewater rafting on the wild and beautiful Stillwater and Yellowtone Rivers. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Stunning scenery! Located at short 40 minute drive from Red Lodge and 1 hour from Billings. ALL trips meet at The Big Red Barn located at Jeffreys Landing which is 1 mile N. of Absarokee on Hwy 78, west side of Hwy.Add Adventure Whitewater to your Fishtail travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Fishtail vacation builder.
Adventure Whitewater reviews
This trip was so fun. With it being later in the summer and the river so low, we initially thought it would be more scenic. We were greatly surprised!! It was ace tic and white waters. We had an... more »
Had a good time rafting for the first time. Went down the yellowstone. Don’t expect a lot of whitewater. Just a mellow ride with the occasional swift water. No helmets required. Good guides... more »
What a fantastic day of rafting for our family of 19! Everyone had a blast, from age 6 to 72! Adventure Whitewater was highly recommended to us & they showed us why! Our fantastic guides were Chloe, Cam, & Corbin. LOVED them all! My favorite activity of the week!
Really enjoyed this rafting drip. Knowledgeable raft guides. Family owned and operated. The water was flowing at a medium pace at the time but was still exciting. I enjoyed seeing the countryside even more.
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