Located in southwestern Montana, the Gallatin National Forest is one of the most popular places to recreate in the state of Montana. Founded in 1899, the Gallatin National Forest is part of the the Greater Yellowstone area, the largest intact ecosystem in the continental United States.
With its snow-covered mountain peaks and internationally known blue ribbon trout streams, the Gallatin National Forest is a popular recreation area in Montana’s Northern Rockies. Established in 1899, the Gallatin is part of the Greater Yellowstone Area, the largest intact ecosystem in the continental United States. This 1.8-million acre Forest spans six mountain ranges and includes two Congressionally-designated Wilderness areas, the Absaroka-Beartooth and Lee Metcalf Wildernesses. The Gallatin National Forest provides habitat for a full complement of native fauna, including four federally listed threatened species: the grizzly bear, gray wolf, bald eagle, and the Canada lynx. Come and explore this marvelous treasure and discover, for yourself, all that it has to offer.
The Gallatin National Forest Central map is on waterproof, tear-resistant plastic.