Gallatin
National Forest

Founded in 1899, Gallatin National Forest is located in south central Montana, United States. The forest comprises 1,819,515 acres (7,363.32 km2) and has portions of both the Absaroka-Beartooth and Lee Metcalf Wilderness areas within its boundaries. Gallatin National Forest borders Yellowstone National Park on the north and northwest and is part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, a region which…
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Missouri River Tributary Traveled by Sacagawea & William Clark
River in WY, ND, MT
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Steady Climb Through a Rebounding Burn Area
In 2012, the Pine Creek Fire (started by the spark of an excavator) burned a 12,000+ acre swath south of Livingston, MT. Today, it’s a scene of dead trees juxtaposed by the beautiful sight of forest rebirth. The hike has no particular destination, but the creek and foliage make up for it –…
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Short, Shaded Scenic Hike to Serene Waterfall
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Ruins of Hydroelectric Power Plant From 1900's
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Popular River for Fishermen
River in WY, MT
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Popular Mountain Biking Trail Through Old Forest
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Popular Ridge-top Mountain Biking Locale
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Mix of Logging Roads and Trails Near Bridger Bowl
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Ridge-Top Campground Perfect for Tent Camping
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Winter Bridger Range Access/Parking Before Jun 1
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