The River to Roadless Expedition is an adventurous 14-day course traveling through remote sections of Montana. Students will travel by both foot and by packraft while in the backcountry and will develop their leadership, communication skills, and connection to wild spaces. The course begins with a 6-day section paddling packrafts on a river along the Rocky Mountain Front to the confluence with the Missouri River. Then the expedition team will transition to a physically challenging backpacking section in the Montana high country, learning backcountry living, traveling, and camping skills along the way. This expedition also focuses on Leave No Trace principles, personal growth, and building a positive and supportive expedition community as students face new challenges. For more information about MWS core curriculum and expedition progression see Expedition Life.