Alberton, MT

About 30 minutes west of Missoula, the old railroad town of Alberton is best known for stellar whitewater rafting on the scenic Alberton Gorge. Alberton draws water lovers from around the region for fly-fishing and water play on the Clark Fork River. Book a riverboarding or whitewater rafting trip with Montana River Guides. If railroads are more your speed, celebrate the town's history with a visit to the Alberton Railroad Museum.

Insider Tip

The only outfitter in Montana that offers guided riverboarding trips—the ultimate in whitewater adventure—is located in Alberton. Their guides have been riverboarding since 1994 and are the ideal experts to take you on this phenomenal adventure!

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City: Alberton
Phone: 406.813.0595

232 Daigle Lane
Alberton, Montana 59820

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10,000 Waves-Raft & Kayak Adventures

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 128 Big Bend Lane
  • Phone: 406.549.6670
  • Website: 10000-waves.com

Adventure Missoula

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 232 Diagle Lane
  • Phone: 406.813.0595
  • Website: adventuremissoula.com

Alberton Farmer?s Market

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 701 Railroad Avenue
  • Phone: 406.722.4403

Hole in the Wall Outfitters

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: PO Box 326
  • Phone: 406.239.2882
  • Website: holeinthewallranch.com

Montana River Guides

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 138 Big Bend Lane
  • Phone: 406.722.7238
  • Website: montanariverguides.com

River Edge Resort

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 168 South Frontage Road
  • Phone: 406.722.3338
  • Website: riveredgemt.com

River Edge Resort Steakhouse

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 168 South Frontage Road E
  • Phone: 406.722.3338
  • Website: riveredgemt.com

Sidetrack Cafe

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 301 Railroad Avenue
  • Phone: 406.722.3347

Zoo Town Surfers

  • City: Alberton
  • Address: 5077 Old Highway 10
  • Phone: 406.546.0370
  • Website: zootownsurfers.com

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