Lewis & Clark National Forest

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Lewis and Clark National Forest is made up of 1.8 million acres and is part of the upper Missouri River system. The Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wildernesses cover almost half of the expansive Forest, where recreational opportunities range from hunting to horseback riding, hiking to fishing.

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