State and National Forests in Western Montana

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State and National Forests Western Montana’s Public Forestlands

Western Montana’s Public Forestlands

Montana’s National Forests contain most of the state’s designated Wilderness Areas and Western Montana claims more than 8 million acres of national forestland made up of jagged mountains, rolling foothills, pristine woodlands, sparkling lakes and rivers and remote wilderness.

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Crown of the Continent Discovery Center

Crown of the Continent Discovery Center

City: West Glacier
Phone: 406.387.4405

12000 US Hwy 2
West Glacier, MT 59936

Dropstone Outfitting

Dropstone Outfitting

City: Choteau
Phone: 406.389.0863

410 1st Avenue NW
Choteau, Montana 59422

Glacier Adventure Guides

Glacier Adventure Guides

City: Columbia Falls
Phone: 406.892.2173

729 Nucleus Avenue, Suite G
Columbia Falls, Montana 59912

Glacier Outdoor Center

Glacier Outdoor Center

City: West Glacier
Phone: 406.888.5454

12400 US Highway 2 East
West Glacier, Montana 59936

Haugan Savenac Historic U.S. Forest Service Nursery

Haugan Savenac Historic U.S. Forest Service Nursery

City: Haugan
Phone: 406.822.4233

Lolo National Forest (100 Savenac Creek Loop)
Haugan, Montana 59842

Mills Wilderness Adventures

Mills Wilderness Adventures

City: Augusta
Phone: 406.562.3576

PO Box 710
Augusta, Montana 59410

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