Upper Missouri River & Chain of Lakes Complex River Access Map #1 (Three Forks to Wolf Creek) by River Rat Maps
This Upper Missouri River Map is a high quality, detailed river map printed on durable waterproof and tear proof, plastic of the Missouri River in Montana from Three Forks to Wolf Creek. This includes Toston Reservoir, Canyon Ferry Reservoir, Hauser Reservoir and Holter Reservoir. NOTE- This map does NOT cover the river below Holter that flows down by Craig and on down to Cascade. That is Missouri River Map #2.
River Rat Map Features:
- River Mileage that has been ground truthed with GPS
- Access Points for boats and walk-in
- Access Descriptions like what type of boat ramp or walk-in, private, public, etc.
- Diversion Dams (Info that’s critical to boating safety.)
- GPS Coordinates
- Rapids -location and descriptions and tips
- Popular Game Fish
- Points of Interest both cultural and natural
Shop Staff Notes: This is the trustworthy map for floating or accessing the Upper Missouri River from the headwaters down to Holter Reservoir. Great to have one for pre-trip planning. Also makes for a nice souvenir of your Missouri River trip whether you were on one of our Guided Trips or were fishing on your own.
Want more information on floating the Missouri River? Click on the different tabs about the Missouri our Missouri River Guided Trips page.
Need to Rent a Drift Boat or Raft or a other river equipment and gear for an upcoming Missouri River Trip? We’ve got you covered. We have all the gear you need to have a memorable trip on the Blackfoot River.
The Staff at CrossCurrents Fly Shop are Missouri River experts and can help you with your trip. Something we do for lots of our customers is put together a custom assortment of Flies for their specific trip. We take into account the dates you’ll be here and current river and weather conditions. Order online a custom assortment of Missouri River Flies for your trip.
Other River Rat Maps available from CrossCurrents Fly Shop: Smith River, Missouri River below Holter, Missouri River (Three Forks to Holter Lake), Blackfoot River, Beaverhead, Bighorn, Big Hole, Bitterroot, Clark Fork #1, Clark Fork #2, Alberton Gorge, Jefferson, Gallatin, Madison, Rock Creek, Yellowstone #1, Yellowstone #2, NF of Flathead.
Downstream from Great Falls, Montana, about 149 miles (240 km) of the river course through a rugged series of canyons and badlands known as the Missouri Breaks. This part of the river, designated a U.S. National Wild and Scenic River in 1976, flows within the Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument, a 375,000-acre (1,520 km