The Bitterroot National Forest Map produced by the US Forest Service contains the most current information on roads, trails, recreation sites, travel restrictions and contact phone numbers for the Bitterroot National Forest.
You will find this spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in southwest Montana and Idaho to be a priceless national heritage. Half of the Bitterroot National Forest is dedicated to the largest expanse of continuous pristine wilderness in the lower 48 states–the Selway Bitterroot, Frank Church River of No Return, and the Anaconda Pintler. Much of its beauty can be attributed to the heavily glaciated, rugged peaks of the Bitterroot Range drainages carved by glaciers form steep canyons that open into the valley floor.
Map shows the forest from Lolo south to Spring Gulch Campground south of Conner MT. Explore the forest roads watching for campgrounds, scenic view points, lookout towers, hiking trailheads, wildlife, scenic falls, and lakes. Camping, fishing, and boating at Lake Como near Darby. Map also shows sections of adjacent Lolo and Clearwater National Forests, and Selway Bitterroot Wilderness. Official Forest Service topographic map of the north half of Montana’s 1.6 million-acre Bitterroot National Forest. Scale is 1:63,360 with contour intervals at 100 feet. Includes roads and trails; area,road,and trail seasonal restrictions; campgrounds, cabins, wilderness areas, adjacent public lands. Printed on tear-proof, water resistant material. Useful for MT Deer, and Elk Hunting Units 204, 240, 250, 260, 261, 262, and 270; MT Moose Hunting Units 240, 250, 261, and 270. 2013