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Gallatin National Forest

The Gallatin National Forest, located on the northern rim of Montana's Rocky Mountains, is the largest intact ecosystem in the continental United States. This 1.8-million acre forest spans six mountain ranges and provides habitat for threatened species such as the grizzly bear, gray wolf, bald eagle, and the Canada lynx. It also includes two Congressionally-designated wilderness areas: the Absaroka-Beartooth and Lee Metcalf Wildernesses. Explore Montana this summer and discover all that it has to offer.

Attractions In Gallatin

The Gallatin National Forest offers a variety of activities including camping, horseback riding, rafting, fishing, hiking and wildlife sightings. We highly recomment the Beartooth Scenic Byway, a breathtaking 68-mile drive that winds from a dark dense forest up to the top of the mountains to an area filled with lakes. It's located at the northeast entrance of the Yellowstone National Park and the road is only open during the summer months due to weather.