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Map: Flathead NF MT Hungry Horse-Spotted Bear RD
Map: Flathead NF MT Hungry Horse-Spotted Bear RD
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Map: Flathead NF MT Hungry Horse-Spotted Bear RD

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This sectional map of Flathead National Forest covers the Hungry Horse and Spotted Bear Ranger Districts. Map includes the Great Bear Wilderness, the Hungry Horse Reservoir, Coram Experimental Forest, Jewel Basin Hiking Area, part of Swan River State Forest, Swan Lake, and the southern boundary of Glacier National Park. From Hungry Horse scenic drive north to Hwy 2, travel east along the Flathead River, access the river for floating or rafting, enter Glacier National Park to access hiking trails, or continue on Hwy 2 to Marias Pass for the scenic views. Enjoy motor boating, watersports recreation, fishing, swimming, camping, picnicking, and scenic driving at Hungry Horse Reservoir. Explore the wilderness by hiking, backpacking and horseback riding the marked trails. This is a great map to have when exploring the forest lands surrounding the reservoir. Official national forest map is scaled at 1: 96,000 (5/8 inch = 1 mile), includes topographic detail with contour lines and elevations.
Shows all color-coded lands, roads, waterways, trails, campgrounds, points of interest, other recreation sites, and township and range lines. The map includes information about motorized off-road travel (ATVs, motorcycles, etc.), and mountain biking. This map is topographic and is printed on paper. Map is useful for MT Hunting: Elk and Deer Units 130,132,140,142,150, and 151; Bear Units 106 and 107; Moose Units 130,140, and 141; Mt. Lion Units 132,140,141, and 151. 2014

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