9-15th September 2018

W114° involves swimming across a lake, passing through trails of the Flathead National Forest before heading down one of the most stunning kayaking stretches in North America, culminating in the historic railroad town of Whitefish
FROM: £3,100

IGO W114° story

Montana is big sky country, a land of pristine wilderness where elk, bison and antelope outnumber humans and home to two of the most beautiful national parks in the world.

STAGE 1: Swim/Trek
DURATION: 3-5 hours

STAGE 2: Mountain Bike
DURATION: 5-7 hours

STAGE 3: Kayak
DURATION: 4-7 hours

STAGE 4: Mountain Trek
DURATION: 4-7 hours

Places limited to 40 people


A love of the outdoors, travel, and adventure has seen Bryan work for Red Bull, North Face and Swatch, managing mountain events from Alaska to the Andes and urban events from LA to New York. An all-round superhero, Bryan has been integral in the planning of W114, using his knowledge of the area to plan a spectacular route! Outside of work, Bryan can usually be found skiing, mountain biking, or stalking trout in the beautiful mountains and rivers in Montana.

Guide and Route Planner

Derek likes nothing better than to be doing something adventurous in remote parts of the world. He is an American trained Emergency Physician and a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Over the past 15 years, he has provided field medical support to numerous organizations including the U.S. Army, Subaru Primal Quest, and British Exploring Society. Derek will be providing on-location medical support for IGO participants during W114°


Born and raised in Kalispell with Glacier National Park as his back garden, Andy epitomizes Montana. Now the small business advocate for the State of Montana Governor’s office, Andy has been invaluable in terms of local and practical support – helping us build our network in the area and putting us in touch with all the right people.

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