Paddling in the Wake of Lewis and Clark

Comprising 377,346 acres of remote and unspoiled public land in central Montana, the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument contains a spectacular array of biological, geological and historical features. The area has remained largely unchanged in the nearly 215 years since Meriwether Lewis and William Clark traveled through it on their epic 28-month Corps of Discovery journey.

To learn how you (and maybe your Scouts, too) can explore the area just like Lewis and Clark, check out this story from the September-October 2019 issue of Scouting magazine.

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Aaron Derr is the senior editor of Scout Life and Scouting magazines, and also a former Cubmaster and Scouts BSA volunteer.