Poor planning and inadequate preparation leads to increased risks and dangers while hiking, horseback riding, rafting, and mountain biking. Being physically prepared is of prime importance. Consider bringing plenty of warm clothing that can be layered. Remember wild game animals live here. Be mindful of extreme changes in temperature and weather conditions. High altitudes and rugged terrain presents its own challenges. Animals including domestic horses and mules, and wild animals can be unpredictable and dangerous to hikers, horseback riders, rafters, or mountain bike riders; all beyond the control of the outfitter.
Please adhere to specific direction from Blackfeet Outfitters. Our outfitter and guides are trained to identify dangerous conditions.
Many of our trips take place in the wilderness backcountry. Our clients should be healthy to partake in physical activity at higher elevations. Clients with specific medical conditions should consult with their physician before booking a trip.
Please inform us of any medical conditions, dietary requests, and/or allergies.
Clients with specific medical conditions should consult with their physician before booking a trip.
Our meals are family style that are easy to prepare and serve. Please inform us of any dietary requests. Blackfeet Outfitters is willing to cater to your needs. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners are included for specific trips. See tour details for additional information.
Snacks, water, non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
All of our guides, cooks, and wranglers work hard to assist our clients wherever possible. Gratuities are appreciated. Direct tipping is recommended.
While tipping is not required, it is customary if you feel your guides have worked hard to provide you with a great experience.
Because the weather is ever-changing, be prepared for all kinds of weather. It is important to bring rain gear and layers of warm clothing including jackets, warm hats, broad brimmed hat, and gloves. Temperatures can range from the 30’s to 60’s in early spring and late fall, and range from the 60’s to 90’s in the summer.
Bring polarized sunglasses, sun screen, lip balm, waders, and wading boots. In the heat of the summer, shorts are fine. Our best advice is to be prepared for all kinds of weather. Bring a camera to capture those great memories of catching a giant Rainbow or Brown trout!