Deep in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley on the West Fork of the Bitterroot River, the small town of Conner is an ideal launching point for valley exploration, especially given its proximity to the Bitterroot National Forest and the 10,157-foot Trapper Peak. Also located nearby: Painted Rocks State Park, Lost Trail Powder Mountain and a hot springs resort.
For some of the most gorgeous views in the valley, take a leisurely drive along the West Fork Road. It's particularly beautiful during autumn.
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RT @forestservice: We recognize that indigenous peoples are the first land managers of this country & are renewing our efforts to work with…