Trips Program - Spring 2016 Schedule

Trips Schedule Spring Semester 2016
Register at Outdoor Program
1401 West Lincoln Street.


*Outdoor Rental Equipment is available on a first-come, first serve basis. Register early to ensure that properly-sized gear is available for your trip.


Sat. January 23rd- Paradise Valley XC Ski & Hot Springs Day Trip.  Full Day. 

Cost: $30 (includes hot spring admission). Ski in magnificent Paradise Valley during the day. Soak your tired muscles at famous Chico Hot Springs afterwards. We’ll be back in Bozeman for Dinner! Priority reservations for Saturday.


Sun.January 24th- Paradise Valley XC Ski & Hot Springs. Full Day. ORP will accept reservations for  this trip if Saturday trip sells out.


Sat. Feb. 6th- Triple Tree Snowshoe Trip. ½ day. Cost: $10.


Sun. Feb. 7th. Brackett Creek XC Ski. Full day. Cost: $20.


Monday, Feb. 15th.  Beginner Ice Climbing Outing. ½ day. Cost: $30.


Sat. Feb. 20th. Beginner Ice Climbing Outing. ½ day. Cost: $30


Sun. Feb. 21st.  Snowshoe. New World Gulch. Full day. Cost $20


March 12-19th.Moab & Southern Utah Canyon Country Spring Break Multi-Sport Adventure Trip. Overnight-Camping. $275. Come experience the desert with outdoor programs. Multiple sport activities designed for everyone! Past activities have included hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking and exploring national parks.

  • Contact Outdoor Program for registration information and additional details


March 25th.  Indian Ridge Snowshoe. ½ day. Cost $15


March 27th. Brackett Creek XC Ski. Full day. Cost $20


April 16, 17th. Yellowstone National Park. (Overnight) $75. YNP hiking and sightseeing tour. Overnight camping.


April 23rd. Madison River Scenic Rafting. 1/2 Day. $25.


May 1st. Yellowstone River WW Rafting. Full day. $40


May 7th. Yellowstone River WW Rafting. Full day. $40


Montana State University is an equal opportunity service provider that conducts certain activities under special permit with the US Forest Service, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Bureau of Land Management. Montana State University Outdoor Recreation trips are permitted on the Gallatin National Forest and Custer National Forest. The Outdoor Program is a partner with Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics and a member of the American Canoe Association.