Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Map Gallery, your Rocky Mountain adventure planning headquarters! In addition to the great selection of beautiful and functional wall maps displayed throughout our Missoula map gallery, we offer a complete selection of travel maps and guidebooks for the national parks, forests, wilderness areas and waters of the Rocky Mountain west including Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.
The Rocky Mountain Map Gallery is located at 1710 Brooks Street on the corner of Brooks & Bancroft in Missoula's Rose Park neighborhood across from Pierce Flooring and just south of the light at Mount & Brooks. We are open Monday through Friday from 10am until 6:00pm and Saturday from 10am until 2pm. You can reach us by phone at 406-542-1541 (toll-free at 1-866-695-0931) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions at all regarding our products and availability. As always, you can place your order directly through our website using VISA, MC, Discover or PayPal.
We now stock most USGS 7.5' (1:24,000) topographic paper maps for Montana, North & Central Idaho and NW Wyoming. They are $9.00 each and up to six maps can be shipped anywhere in the United States via Priority Mail for only $6.90, which includes shipping notification and tracking.
Until we get our interactive quad index map up and running, we ask that you please call us during regular business hours using our toll-free number (1-866-695-0931) or directly at 406-542-1541 to place orders for these maps. You can also click here for an alphabetical listing of quads available.
We've hand selected and bundled many of our guidebooks and maps together for a richer traveling experience. As you use your map to plan or guide your travels, read all about the area with the accompanying guidebook. It's a natural! And they're all 10% off!
After almost a full year of planning, our small group of friends was finally hitting the road to begin a five-day float of the White Cliffs section on Montana's Wild and Scenic Upper Missouri River. We left Missoula and Seeley Lake with three canoes, three vehicles and a week's worth of food, drink and gear. After a brief stop in Fort Benton (a very cool little town loaded with river history) to discuss our final itinerary with Glen and Nancy Monihan of Upper Missouri River Outfitters, we were off for the launch site at Coal Banks Landing, approximately thirty miles to the northeast. We arrived at Coal Banks Landing late in the afternoon to find the campground empty except for a couple of parked vehicles. Read more.