Montana Outdoors

August 13, 2008

Reservation Divide 1

U.S. Forest Service trail 98 follows the crest of the high ridge of the Reservation Divide roadless area. To the northeast of the divide is the Flathead Indian Reservation, and the terrain in that direction drops rapidly for 4,000 feet to the Flathead River a hundred miles down river from Glacier Park. To the southwest, the Nine Mile Valley through the Lolo National Forest lies below. It’s a wild place… and maybe a new favorite trail.

Today was a wonderful day spent in country like this

Reservation Divide

with company like this.

Butterfly

(Along USFS trail 98 in the Reservation Divide roadless area.)

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