Lolo National Forest


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Lolo National Forest

Address:Fort Missoula Bldg 24
Missoula, MT 59804

Phone:406-329-3750
Fax:406-329-3795
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r1/lolo
Size: 2,100,000 acres.
Location:Western Montana surrounding Missoula. Accessible by I-90; US 83, 200, and 12. Nearby cities/towns include Missoula, Plains, Seeley Lake, and Superior.
Facilities:9 rental cabins and lookouts, 31 campgrounds, picnic sites, trails (2,500+ miles).
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, rafting, swimming, water skiing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Remote, high alpine lakes, whitewater streams, heavily forested ridges, and smooth rolling meadows. Areas of interest include the Bitterroot Mountains and the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area; the Lolo National Historic Trail, fourteen miles of origninal historic tread, where you can put your feet in the single-track tread where the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Nez Perce Indians put theirs.

See other parks in Montana.
References in periodicals archive ?
Contract Awarded for Custodial/janitorial and ground maintenance services for lolo national forest supervisor s office
Our study areas were located in the Lolo National Forest, within a 30-mi radius of Missoula, Montana.
The crew from Massachusetts returned Thursday from battling wildfires in the Lolo National Forest west of Missoula, Mont.
Forest Service on the Lolo National Forest in Montana, fighting forest fires.
The story of the shift in policy from full fire suppression to the more complex fire management also began with two young Forest Service men in 1910: Elers Koch, supervisor of the Lolo National Forest, and Aldo Leopold, then a 23-year-old assistant ranger on the Apache National Forest.
The Clearwater Stewardship Project (CSP) occurred on the Seeley Lake District of Lolo National Forest (Montana) in 2003 and 2004 over a project area of 6,800 acres.
Mr Kaczynski gave up his promising academic career in the early 1970s and moved to a tiny, primitive shack in a remote area on the edge of the Lolo National Forest in Montana.
Forest Service as a fire education specialist and videographer for the Lolo National Forest in Montana.
In Thompson Falls and Plains in remote Sanders County, the Lolo National Forest harvest fell 70 percent, but those towns did not wither and die; instead they gained 18 and 23 percent in population, respectively.
Other threatened lands are in the Lolo National Forest outside Missoula.
near the Continental Divide on the edge of Lolo National Forest, an area so remote that one of the FBI agents who had kept him under surveillance there is said to have watched a cougar attack and kill a deer.
The Work Is Located Throughout The Lolo National Forest On The Ninemile,