Augusta, Montana: Our Wilderness Gateway

We call Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front home. In case you haven’t heard of it, it’s where the plains meet the expansive Rocky Mountains and we think it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world. It’s also a place that’s near and dear to us; it’s where we (Tucker and Amy) grew up and […]

5 Things to Love in Montana During the Off-Season

Ah, the life of an outfitter. From the outside looking in, it may seem like the crux of our business is done in the summer and fall. And it is. At least, that’s the time of year when we welcome guests to our piece of paradise in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness. It’s also the time […]

NEWS RELEASE: New Roving Trips in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness

Experienced Outfitter Expands Offerings to Include Full-Service and Stock-Supported Excursions in Montana January, 2019—Augusta, Montana—Mills Wilderness Adventures, a family-owned and -operated outfitting business that offers backcountry pack trips in Montana—is offering brand-new custom roving trips in the Scapegoat and Bob Marshall wilderness areas for summer 2019. “We’ve been operating in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex […]

20 Years in White River + 20 Reasons we Love it

A lot can happen in 20 years. For us, the past 20 years have included raising our two boys (who are now men), taking countless trips into the Bob Marshall Wilderness and more. And while we have loved the last 20 years filled with joy, struggles and thousands of hours in the saddle, this year […]

The Top 6 Montana Gifts for the Holidays 2018

Around the Mills’ house, it’s the second most wonderful time of the year. (In case you’re wondering, the MOST wonderful time of the year for us is when we head into our favorite backyard playground, the Bob Marshall Wilderness.) We recently wrapped up our 2018 season and have had a few days to decompress and […]

Guest Story: Chapman Rose

As the sun started to set behind the mountain peaks it painted a mural of purple, orange and yellow on the surrounding landscape. I caught the spectacle out of the corner of my eye as I sat hunched over my fly box on the streams edge, prodding its contents for a large gray mayfly imitation. […]