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National Forests are federally owned and managed by the United States Forest Service, part of the United States Department of Agriculture. Unlike designated Wilderness and National Parks, these areas allow for commercial use, including timber harvesting, livestock grazing, water, wildlife and recreation.

Montana has 10 National Forests comprising 19.39 million acres across the state. While they are open to industry, the National Forests also contain most of the designated Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas.

National Forests are federally owned and managed by the United States Forest Service, part of the United States Department of Agriculture. Unlike designated Wilderness and National Parks, these areas allow for commercial use, including timber harvesting, livestock grazing, water, wildlife and recreation.

Montana has 10 National Forests comprising 19.39 million acres across the state. While they are open to industry, the National Forests also contain most of the designated Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas.

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Picture of Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (Central)
Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (Central)
This largest of the national forests in Montana covers 3.32 million acres, and lies in eight Southwest Montana counties (Granite, Powell, Jefferson, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Madison, Gallatin and Beaverhead). Forest Service offices administering the National Forest are in Butte, Dillon, Philipsburg, Deer Lodge, Whitehall, Boulder, Ennis, Sheridan, Wise River, and Wisdom. The forest provides timber, minerals, and grazing lands. It also offers breath-taking scenery for a wide variety of recreational pursuits. Whether it's wilderness trekking in the Anaconda-Pintler or Lee Metcalf wildernesses, driving the Gravelly Range Road or Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, or camping in one of the 50 small to medium-sized campgrounds in the forest, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge has it all. The new map series has the Beaverhead - Deerlodge in three different maps. The north, central, and south.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (North)
Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (North)
This largest of the national forests in Montana covers 3.32 million acres, and lies in eight Southwest Montana counties (Granite, Powell, Jefferson, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Madison, Gallatin and Beaverhead). Forest Service offices administering the National Forest are in Butte, Dillon, Philipsburg, Deer Lodge, Whitehall, Boulder, Ennis, Sheridan, Wise River, and Wisdom. The forest provides timber, minerals, and grazing lands. It also offers breath-taking scenery for a wide variety of recreational pursuits. Whether it's wilderness trekking in the Anaconda-Pintler or Lee Metcalf wildernesses, driving the Gravelly Range Road or Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, or camping in one of the 50 small to medium-sized campgrounds in the forest, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge has it all. The new map series has the Beaverhead - Deerlodge in three different maps. The north, central, and south.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (South)
Montana - Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest (South)
This largest of the national forests in Montana covers 3.32 million acres, and lies in eight Southwest Montana counties (Granite, Powell, Jefferson, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Madison, Gallatin and Beaverhead). Forest Service offices administering the National Forest are in Butte, Dillon, Philipsburg, Deer Lodge, Whitehall, Boulder, Ennis, Sheridan, Wise River, and Wisdom. The forest provides timber, minerals, and grazing lands. It also offers breath-taking scenery for a wide variety of recreational pursuits. Whether it's wilderness trekking in the Anaconda-Pintler or Lee Metcalf wildernesses, driving the Gravelly Range Road or Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, or camping in one of the 50 small to medium-sized campgrounds in the forest, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge has it all. The new map series has the Beaverhead - Deerlodge in three different maps. The north, central, and south.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Bitterroot National Forest (North)
Montana - Bitterroot National Forest (North)
Welcome to The Bitterroot National Forest. This spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in western Montana and Idaho is a priceless national treasure, and has long been home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Nez Perce people. Its glaciated mountains, back-country lakes, glistening streams, and noble wildernesses provide numerous opportunities for recreation, wildlife, fisheries, education, timber, minerals, and grazing.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Bitterroot National Forest (South)
Montana - Bitterroot National Forest (South)
Welcome to The Bitterroot National Forest. This spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in western Montana and Idaho is a priceless national treasure, and has long been home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Nez Perce people. Its glaciated mountains, back-country lakes, glistening streams, and noble wildernesses provide numerous opportunities for recreation, wildlife, fisheries, education, timber, minerals, and grazing.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Bitterroot National Forest Atlas
Montana - Bitterroot National Forest Atlas
This spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in western Montana and Idaho is a priceless national treasurer, and has long been home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Nez Perce people. Its glaciated mountains, back country lakes, glistening streams, and noble wilderness provide numerous opportunities for recreation, wildlife, fisheries, education, timber, minerals, and grazing. National Forest Atlases are full color atlases, containing 8.5 x 11 inch topographic quadrangle maps at 1 inch to the mile scale and are available for many of the forests in California.
$40.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Custer National Forest - Beartooth Ranger District
Montana - Custer National Forest - Beartooth Ranger District
Welcome to the Beartooth Ranger District of the Custer National Forest. The Beartooth District was its own National Forest until 1932, when it was combined with other districts to the east to form the Custer National Forest. Its 587,000-acre Beartooth District is in southcentral Montana and has some of the most spectacular high country of any National Forest. The District is part of the Greater Yellowstone area and boasts diverse wildlife and plant species. The highest peaks in Montana, including 12,799 foot Granite Peak, and hundreds of lakes are in the District's Beartooth Mountains, which are part of the 945,000 acre Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area. The Beartooth Mountains get their name from a spire the Crow Tribe referred to as Na Pet Say, or "The Bear's Tooth."
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Custer National Forest - Sioux Ranger District
Montana - Custer National Forest - Sioux Ranger District
The Custer National Forest is the most diverse and widespread Forest of the whole National Forest Service System. It has three Ranger Districts in two states, stretching from the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park into the northwest corner of South Dakota (an air distance of some 360 miles).
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Flathead National Forest - Glacier View Ranger District
Montana - Flathead National Forest - Glacier View Ranger District
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Picture of Montana - Flathead National Forest - Hungry Horse & Spotted Bear Ranger District
Montana - Flathead National Forest - Hungry Horse & Spotted Bear Ranger District
Located near the western boundary of Glacier National Park and northeast of Flathead Lake, the Hungry Horse Ranger District contains the Hungry Horse Dam and Reservoir – a popular recreation site and important nesting habitat for bald eagles. The district also contains a portion of the Jewel Basin Hiking Area, the Middle and South Forks of the Flathead River, and the Great Bear Wilderness. Hungry Horse Ranger Station is located 22 miles northeast of Kalispell, MT and 10 miles south of Glacier National Park.
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Flathead National Forest - Swan Lake Ranger District
Montana - Flathead National Forest - Swan Lake Ranger District
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Flathead National Forest - Tally Lake Ranger District
Montana - Flathead National Forest - Tally Lake Ranger District
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Gallatin National Forest (Central)
Montana - Gallatin National Forest (Central)
Founded in 1899, the Gallatin National Forest is part of the the Greater Yellowstone area. The Shoshoni, Bannock, and Crow tribes called this country home for 10,000 years. Here also, the famous mountain men, John Colter and Jim Bridger, prepared the way for the first dude ranches, originally places where "easterners" were introduced to the wild west and the wonders of the upper Yellowstone Country.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Gallatin National Forest (North)
Montana - Gallatin National Forest (North)
Founded in 1899, the Gallatin National Forest is part of the the Greater Yellowstone area. The Shoshoni, Bannock, and Crow tribes called this country home for 10,000 years. Here also, the famous mountain men, John Colter and Jim Bridger, prepared the way for the first dude ranches, originally places where "easterners" were introduced to the wild west and the wonders of the upper Yellowstone Country.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Gallatin National Forest (West)
Montana - Gallatin National Forest (West)
Founded in 1899, the Gallatin National Forest is part of the the Greater Yellowstone area. The Shoshoni, Bannock, and Crow tribes called this country home for 10,000 years. Here also, the famous mountain men, John Colter and Jim Bridger, prepared the way for the first dude ranches, originally places where "easterners" were introduced to the wild west and the wonders of the upper Yellowstone Country.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Helena National Forest
Montana - Helena National Forest
Surrounding Montana's Capital City, the Helena National Forest offers close to one million acres of vibrant landscape that inspires discoveries in those who look, listen and tread carefully. Straddling the Continental Divide, the Helena National Forest is rich with natural and cultural resources. The area's diverse topography and geology provides wonderful scenery and many recreational opportunities. The Forest's mountain ranges contain a wide diversity of plant and animal life. Native cutthroat trout and other fish species populate clear mountain lakes and streams. Evidence of past human use ranges from ancient Indian paintings to historic mining ruins.
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Picture of Montana - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest
Montana - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest
The Kootenai National Forest offers some of the finest recreation opportunities in Montana. Elevations range from 8,738 feet atop Snowshoe Peak to 1,862 feet where the Kootenai River leaves the forest and the State, the lowest point in Montana. The Kootenai is tryly a forest of multiple use. The diversity of tree and other plant species is among the greatest in the Northwest. Wildlife species on the Kootenai include, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, deer, mountain lion and many other species. The Kootenai also has a few threatened and endangered species such as grizzly bear, gray wolf, lynx, bald eagle, and bull trout. This map also incorporates the east half of the Kaniksu National Forest in Idaho.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Libby Ranger District
Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Libby Ranger District
Kootenai River: From Libby Dam to Kootenai Falls, the river flows 30 miles through the historic Kootenai Valley. Explorer David Thompson traveled and mapped the river between 1808 and 1812. Today the river is the recreation focal point of residents and visirors. This blue ribbon trout fishery has earned a national reputation with the world record Rainbow Trout coming from its waters.
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Rexford & Fortine Ranger District
Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Rexford & Fortine Ranger District
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Picture of Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Three Rivers Ranger District
Montana - Kootenai National Forest - Three Rivers Ranger District
Points of Interest: Yaak Falls is located at the 7 mile marker on the Yaak River Hwy. There is a pullout with viewing from the parking area and also a short hiking trail located in the Yaak River Campground that leads to the lower falls area. Spectacular viewing. West Fork Yaak Falls is located on the Forest Road 92 at the 39 mile marker. A short hike leads up to the viewing platform at the falls. Ross Creek Cedars - There is a 1 mile interpretive trail through the Cedars, benches are located along the trail for contemplation and to rest. Callahan Interpretive Trail runs along the old railroad grade that was used for mining and logging. Interpretive signs and benches are located along the trail. Kootenai Falls - Opportunities include scenic views, hiking, picnicking and a swinging bridge across the Kootenai River. Old Highway 2 Interpretive Trail - signs and benches are located along the trail. Scenic view of the Kootenai River and Kootenai River Valley.
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lewis & Clark National Forest - Highwood Mountains Recreation Map
Montana - Lewis & Clark National Forest - Highwood Mountains Recreation Map
The Highwood Mountain Range is a small island of volcanic peaks and valleys in central Montana, 30 miles east of Great Falls. It's highest peak is Highwood Baldy, at 7670 feet. The Highwood Mountains have a long history as public land. The Highwood Mountains Forest Reserve was established in 1906 with 45,080 acres. It was combined with other island mountain ranges the Little Belts, the Little Rockies, and the Snowy Mountains in 1908 to become the Jefferson National Forest, which now is the Lewis and Clark National Forest.
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lewis and Clark National Forest - Little Belt Castle Mountain Winter Recreation Map
Montana - Lewis and Clark National Forest - Little Belt Castle Mountain Winter Recreation Map
The Little Belt and Castle Mountains have many opportunities for use and enjoyment in the winter months. Snowmobilers of all skill levels will find thousands of acres of terrain, as well as 260 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and many miles of ungroomed trail open from December 1 � May 15. Cross-country skiers can access hundreds of miles of trails and roads closed to all motorized use during this time, and find ample opportunities for back-country travel in terrain of varying difficulty, or can take advantage of the groomed routes at the Silvercrest Cross-Country Ski Area. Snowshoers, mushers, and other non-motorized uses will likewise find many areas of appropriate for their uses.
$16.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Missoula Ranger District
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Missoula Ranger District
From high mountain lakes to cascading whitewater of rivers and creeks, forested hillsides, rolling meadows, and "Blue Ribbon" trout streams the 2.1 million acres of the Lolo National Forest provides dieverse fish and wildlife habitat, abundant clean water and countless recreation opportunities.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Ninemile Ranger District
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Ninemile Ranger District
From high mountain lakes to cascading whitewater of rivers and reeks, forested hillsides, rolling meadows, and "Blue Ribbon" trout streams, the 2.1 million acres of the Lolo National Forest provides diverse fish and wildlife habitat, abundant clean water and countless recreation opportunities. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, or riding your ATV--many recreation opportunities await you. From the remote solitude of the wilderness to the more developed areas close by, the Lolo National Forest has something for everyone.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District
From high mountain lakes to cascading whitewater of rivers and creeks, forested hillsides, rolling meadows, and "Blue Ribbon" trout streams the 2.1 million acres of the Lolo National Forest provides diverse fish and wildlife habitat, abundant clean water and countless recreation opportunities. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, or riding your ATV -- many recreation opportunities await you. From the remote solitude of the wilderness to the more developed areas close by, the Lolo National Forest has something for everyone. Whatever your interests are, we invite you to come and enjoy your National Forest. You can also help us protect this important resource from noxious weeds, which can seriously degrade the natural system. Take care to keep your pets, livestock, and vehicles free from weeds and their seeds.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Seeley Lake Ranger District
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Seeley Lake Ranger District
From high mountain lakes to cascading whitewater of rivers and creeks, forested hillsides, rolling meadows, and "Blue Ribbon" trout streams the 2.1 million acres of the Lolo National Forest provides diverse fish and wildlife habitat, abundant clean water and countless recreation opportunities. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, or riding your ATV -- many recreation opportunities await you. From the remote solitude of the wilderness to the more developed areas close by, the Lolo National Forest has something for everyone. Whatever your interests are, we invite you to come and enjoy your National Forest. You can also help us protect this important resource from noxious weeds, which can seriously degrade the natural system. Take care to keep your pets, livestock, and vehicles free from weeds and their seeds.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Superior Ranger District
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Superior Ranger District
From high mountain lakes to cascading whitewater of rivers and creeks, forested hillsides, rolling meadows, and "Blue Ribbon" trout streams, the 2.1 million acres of the Lolo National Forest provides diverse fish and wildlife habitat, abundant clean water and countless recreation opportunities. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, bird watching, or camping, or riding your ATV -- many recreation opportunities await you. From the remote solitude of the wilderness to the more developed areas close by, the Lolo National Forest has something for everyone.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Custer National Forest - Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness
Montana - Custer National Forest - Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness
You are entering the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, a place where nature takes its course and where natural ecosystems are protected for future generations. Wilderness is preserved for recreational uses, clean air, water quality, wildlife habitat and spiritual and historic characteristics. The Wilderness experience is a challenging opportunity for discovery, solitude and self-reliance. The Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness is a world with little evidence of modern technology, and provides an opportunity to discover truths about nature and ourselves.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Bitterroot National Forest - Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness
Montana - Bitterroot National Forest - Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness
The Anaconda-Pintler covers 159,086 acres along the Continental Divide in southwestern Montana. Much of the area lies above 9000'. Elevations range from 5400' at Willow Flats on the East Fork of the Bitterroot River to 10,783' at the West Goat Peak. Annual precipitation is 40-60". Underlying, complex structural geology has been sculpted by recent glaciation. Glacial ice carved cirques and U-shaped valleys and deposited moraines in much of the Wilderness. Varied topography results in an array of vegetation that includes sagebrush, willows, aspen and a multitude of wildflowers as well as cone-bearing treas: ponderosa, lodgepole, and whitebark pines; Douglas and subalpine firs and subalpine larch.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Bob Marshall, Great Bear, & Scapegoat Wilderness Complex
Montana - Bob Marshall, Great Bear, & Scapegoat Wilderness Complex
Come visit the largest wilderness in Montana! Spanning over one million acres this wilderness is one of the most completely preserved areas in the nation. View the huge 22 mile escarpment called the Chinese wall with heights of over 1000 feet. This wilderness features not only hiking and camping, but fantastic fly fishing, hunting, skiing, climbing, horse packing and white water rafting. The Bob Marshal follows the Continental Divide for 60 miles and holds elevations between 4000 and 9000 feet.
$14.95 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest - Cabinet Mountain Wilderness
Montana - Kootenai & East Kaniksu National Forest - Cabinet Mountain Wilderness
The Kootenai National Forest offers some of the finest recreation opportunities in Montana. Elevations range from 8,738 feet atop Snowshoe Peak to 1,862 feet where the Kootenai River leaves the forest and the State, the lowest point in Montana. The Kootenai is tryly a forest of multiple use. The diversity of tree and other plant species is among the greatest in the Northwest. Wildlife species on the Kootenai include, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, deer, mountain lion and many other species. The Kootenai also has a few threatened and endangered species such as grizzly bear, gray wolf, lynx, bald eagle, and bull trout. This map also incorporates the east half of the Kaniksu National Forest in Idaho.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Custer National Forest - Ashland Ranger District
Montana - Custer National Forest - Ashland Ranger District
Often called an "island in a sea of grass," the Ashland Ranger District of the Custer National Forest covers a little over one-half million acres and offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities, such as hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, camping, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing-the possibilities for enjoyment are endless. The scenic beauty of the Ashland Ranger District can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Helena National Forest - Gates of the Mountains Wilderness & Recreation Area
Montana - Helena National Forest - Gates of the Mountains Wilderness & Recreation Area
Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark expedition named this passage up the Missouri River in 1805 for its vertical cliffs, deep canyons and razorback ridges. This historic wilderness area is interspersed with gently timbered slopes and large open meadows providing breathtaking backdrops, while the waters of the mighty Missouri River and Upper Lakes offer excellent boating and fishing.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Welcome Creek Wilderness
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Welcome Creek Wilderness
Located in the lower Rock Creek drainage, Welcome Creek covers over 28,000 acres of steep forested ridges and narrow canyons. Elevations range from 4,100 feet near Rock Creek to 7,723 feet at Welcome Peak. Welcome Creek is 27 miles from Missoula Montana. Fishing is limited to Rock Creek, and no lakes are present here.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Montana - Lolo National Forest - Rattlesnake Wilderness & Recreation Area
Montana - Lolo National Forest - Rattlesnake Wilderness & Recreation Area
Located just four miles north of Missoula, Montana, the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area is popular and well traveled. However, further north, the Rattlesnake Wilderness becomes a remote sub alpine territory with pristine lakes and abundant wildlife. Elk, deer, coyotes, mountain lions, big horn sheep, grizzly bears and bald eagles live here. Elevations range from 3,600 feet at the RNRA trail head, to 8,600 feet at McLeod Peak.
$20.00 excl tax