Back by popular demand!
The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (LCTHF), Portage Route Chapter, and Montana River Outfitters (MRO) are proud to offer a Missouri River Canoe Trip experience through the White Cliffs along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail! Join us July 13 to 15, 2020, for a fun and historic “glamping” trip! The cost is $1,500 for LCTHF members, and $1,600 for non-members (one-year membership included). This fee includes nightly tent set up and breakdowns, cot with air mattress, and three delicious meals prepared for you while you and friends, old and new, paddle, hike, explore, read the historic Journals around a campfire, and enjoy pristine vistas as seen by Lewis and Clark. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due with RSVP by May 31, 2020, and the remaining amount is due June 30, 2020. Limited availability, call today to reserve your spot!
On Thursday, July 16, we will spend a half day at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls, and then make a trip to the First Peoples Buffalo Jump. On Friday, July 17, we will meet Larry Epstein at the 2 Medicine Fight Site* for a narrated tour you won’t want to miss!
Lunch provided for both day trips. *Weather permitting
For more information on the trip, call the office at 888-701-3434 or see this press release. To make your reservation today, contact Chris Maillet at email@example.com. Don’t forget to bring your Golden Age Pass! You will receive a tax deductible donation receipt from LCTHF for this trip.
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The Sherman Library includes more than 3,000 rare and modern books, pamphlets, journals and ephemera. The archive contains the papers of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, research materials gathered by scholars, and genealogical information on each of the Corps of Discovery members. View our online catalogs.
We Proceeded On, is our quarterly journal. Its name derives from a phrase that appears repeatedly in the collective journals of the expedition. All issues one year or older are online along with with bonus content.Proceed Online
Plan your next adventure along the historic Lewis and Clark trail. Our travel pages include an interactive map and sites compiled region.Travel Pages
The Ohio River is now part of the National Historic Trail. This PDF brochure shows you the sites visited by Lewis and Clark on their journey between Pittsburgh and St. Louis in the fall of 1803.
We administer a variety of grant programs that help organizations promote or protect the Lewis and Clark trail.
We have chapters throughout the United States, and each one specializes in connecting you with the Lewis and Clark story in its geographic area.