Surrounded by national forest land and just south of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex’s one million undisturbed acres, Lincoln is your starting point for outdoor and backcountry adventures. The Blackfoot River, made famous by Norman Maclean's A River Runs Through It, offers 75 miles of blue-ribbon trout fishing and some of the best floating in Montana. Also explore the Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild sculpture park, which celebrates the rich heritage of the Blackfoot Valley with large works of art made from natural and industrial materials. When the snow falls, winter adventure abounds. You’ll find 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and winter events throughout the season, including the annual Race to the Sky sled dog race, which runs right through town.
Don’t miss the taxidermy display at the Lincoln Ranger Station, where you’ll lay eyes on one of the largest grizzlies ever discovered in the region.
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