Lewis & Clark National Forest
Located in west central Montana, lies the Lewis and Clark National Forest emcompassing 1.8 million acres scattered into seven separate mountain ranges. The forest boundaries spread east from the rugged, mountainous Continental Divide onto the plains. When looking at a map, the Forest appears as islands within oceans of prairie. Because of its wide-ranging land pattern, the Forest is separated into two Divisions: the Rocky Mountain and the Jefferson.
Please visit our map for help in getting there. From Great Falls, State highway 200 will lead you to the south end of the forest. US highways 89 and 287 skirt the east side of the forest and provide access points into the forest.www.hobogrill.org