Guided Lewis and Clark Expedition Trips
Al Anderson guides canoe trips along the Lewis and Clark Trail from the Canoeing House's private landing.
Pictured is a group stopping for the story of Clark leaving a flag at the junction of the Jefferson River and the Madison River at the Headwaters State Park. Several stops include Journal readings and little know facts about the characters and events of the Lewis and Clark Expedition through the Three Forks area.
Al Anderson trains each participant in canoeing skills: gaining stability in the canoe, paddling skills, and river orientation. There is a lunch stop on the river, where canoers can swim and stretch. Al Anderson has guided many youth groups, tour bus groups, and private groups. Trips with a private guide start at 450.00 plus canoe rentals of 25.00 per person.
Lewis and Clark Field Site Hike
Al Anderson talks about the hunters of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Al shoots a flintlock rifle like that used by Colter, Drouilard, and Potts - the hunters for the expedition. The Canoeing House's 60 acres location along the Jefferson River has become a Lewis and Clark field site on the, where Al Anderson starts his guided trips about the history of the area and Lewis and Clark expedition.
Contact: The Canoeing House for trip information and available dates.