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At Your Adventure Rx we offer a full suite of outdoor & recreational experiences. From corporate wellness & leadership retreats, women’s & men’s retreats, day hikes to resiliency or art workshops. There’s something for anyone wanting to push their boundaries.

Choose your own adventure

We offer a wide range of activities to suit almost anyone’s desires. Check out the symbol and give us a shout to schedule your journey. 

Forest Bathing/Therapy Hikes

Many people enjoy spending time in nature. But did you know that time among the trees is therapeutic? Forest therapy is a growing practice that promises benefits for your mind and your body.

It can help you relax and refuel — and give you a break from the devices, worries and stress that can dominate your daily life. Take the time to breathe deeply and turn your focus inward. Leave your screens, your deadlines and your worries behind. It’s worth it.

In this 2 hour session, you’ll learn about the countless that nature can aid in your mental and physical health.

June 20th – 9:00am-11:00am in Red Lodge, MT
August 1st – 9:00am-11:00am in Red Lodge, MT


Outfitter providing Flyfishing Guiding on Yellowstone River and Missouri River headwaters including the Madison, Gallatin, and Jefferson Rivers and other local creeks, lakes, and spring creeks. Includes lunch.

$250/person max 2 per boat


Choose any one of the classic climbs in our area. Hiring a private guide allows participants to choose the exact dates, times, group they climb with, and objectives to best fit their own desires. Private instruction can range from any of our courses, a combination of courses, long moderates, or 5.12 traditional routes. All private instruction is priced according to the number of participants and all gear is included.




If riding’s your pleasure, we have experiences that provide a wide variety of trails and rides to suit the tenderest tenderfoot or the most experienced rider. 

Price TBD on length and type of ride.

Medicinal Plant Walk

Wild food is gourmet food – A true wild cuisine!

 In this class, you’ll learn about the countless local medicinal and fungal plants that you can use for food, many of them can be found in your backyard and are considered weed. We will walk in the local forest near Red Lodge and identify and talk about the culinary and medical uses of those plants. The walk is around 2 hours, very slow with lots of stops to talk about and collect the plants. We’ll also talk about native plants, their uses and which ones you could plant at home. 

Guided Hike to Rock & Smeller Lakes

Join us for a guided hike to Rock Lake in the southwest section of the crazy mountains. This trail is not heavy with foot traffic this guided hike offers a great way to see the area.

This is strenuous in nature and people joining the hike need to be in relatively good shape. Joining us for this hike will be an awesome opportunity to escape into the wilderness and leave the realities of daily life behind.

This hike will be around 8-10 hours, and 12ish miles round trip

June 27th – Rock Lake
July 11th – Smeller Lake
July 19th – Rock Lake
August 2nd – Smeller Lake
August 29th – Rock Lake

Yellowstone National Park Day Tour

If you have never been to the park before, this is a great option for you! The Lower Loop takes you through the largest geyser basins and must-sees of Yellowstone National Park.  See the largest high-alpine lake, Old Faithful, and bubbling mud-pots!

Trip Highlights*:  Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Hayden Valley, Lake Hotel, Old Faithful,  Fountain Paint Pots, Artist Paint Pots, Grand Prismatic Hot Spring

Wildlife**:  Elk, bison, pronghorn antelope, black bears, grizzly bears, coyotes, wolves, mule deer, white tail deer and many more animals call Yellowstone National Park home.

$1000 (1-4 people, and $50 each additional person, includes lunch)

  Mountain bike skills clinics

Learn to handle your mountain bike with ease. Discover and practice various riding techniques, including body and pedal position, shifting, braking, climbing, descending, and navigating minor obstacles on the trail. We’ll also go over important communication skills and mountain biking trail etiquette with the aim of keeping multi-use trails open and safe for everyone. Lastly, we’ll put these skills to practice on a beginner friendly trail ride! 

Upcoming clinics 2020 TBA