Photo By Dale Bynum
Welcome to Blackfeet Country
Photo by Dale Bynum
Photo By Dale Bynum
WELCOME TO OUR
Native Country Tourism’s goal is educating through oral tradition and hands-on adventures throughout the original Northern Cheyenne and Blackfeet territories.
Blackfeet Reservation Adventure
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Welcome to the land of the Amskaapi Pikuni (Blackfeet tribe) located in North West Montana.
Ride with us to a place where roads don’t exist, and the horse will carry you through pristine mountains, rivers, valleys and timber to one of the most beautiful locations on Mother Earth.
This is an "Extreme Equestrian" package for experienced riders wanting an unforgettable back country riding adventure. We will be staying in tipis at Maatsohkitopi (Good Rider) camp which is nestled in the shadows of the Rocky Mountain front.
Experienced horse wranglers and tour guides will take you on scenic, backcountry rides into the sacred Badger-Two Medicine area. This beautiful and unscathed space has been used by the Blackfeet people for nearly 10,000 years. This area is currently in danger of being compromised due to illegally granted oil and gas leases, which threaten the Blackfeet peoples’ history and sacred values.
Check In Day
Pick up guests at specific location at 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm (East Glacier park lodge)
Transport guests to camp
Guests can get situated into lodging accommodation
Meet and greet event.
Give guests an overview of Badger Canyon area and its importance to the Blackfeet nation
Adventure Day One
Match guests to their assigned horse for the tour.
Give riding lessons to each guest at Blackfeet camp corrals.
Load horses and guests into pickups and trailers. Transport entire tour group and staff to Swims Under starting point.
Ride into Badger Canyon
Box lunch in the Badger Canyon basin
Time for guests to take pictures, ask questions, explore the area
Return to pickups and trailers
Load horses and tour crew and return to the Blackfeet camp
Offer guests a snack and relaxation time while our wranglers unsaddle and care for horses
Ranch Style Dinner
Campfire stories and Cultural Education
Adventure Day Two
Ride horseback into Mowitch Basin
Trail side lunch
Ride back to camp
Relaxation and snack time while the wrangler care for horses
Round dance songs
Transport guests back to drop-off point