What to expect on a Belt Creek float trip:
Belt Creek is a freestone tributary that is fed by snowmelt in the Spring and early Summer. Because of this, water levels can fluctuate greatly depending on various factors; snowpack from the winter, the time of the year and current weather conditions. This makes a Belt Creek float a rare and exciting adventure that will create lifelong memories. Due to unpredictable river conditions, floaters should be prepared for exposure to sun, rain, and temperatures that may change throughout the day.
Safety is a top consideration on Belt Creek. Every Montana Watershed trip has at least one certified Swiftwater Rescue technician with specific safety equipment for the river being floated.
The scenic section we float is 14 - 8 miles of scenic, canyon landscape with an abundance of history. These trips offer outstanding opportunities for landscape photography and a the potential for wildlife viewing.
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- • Scenic float through the Sluice Boxes section of Belt Creek
- • Riverside lunch and drinks included
- • Transportation to and from river