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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 - 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