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2. Hike the Bridger Ridge

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Few places in Montana offer the adventurous and observant hiker a better opportunity to walk through time than do the Bridger Mountains.
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3. Missouri Headwaters State Park

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
If you love to see moving waters, this is the place. The park embraces the wild rivers of the Gallatin, Jefferson, and Madison that converge near Three Forks and flow into the Missouri River.
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4. Rosebud County Courthouse

 Forsyth, Southeast Montana
This three-story, neoclassical building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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5. Bogert Park & City Pool

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
If you want to cool off in an outdoor pool and enjoy a picnic in a nice shady park, this is a great place.
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6. Kobayashi Beach on Ennis Lake

 McAllister, Bozeman Area
Kobayashi Beach is a favorite locals hangout.
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7. Place Where the Mountain Lion Dwells

 Pompeys Pillar, Billings Area
Called lishbiia Anaache or “Place Where the Mountain Lion Dwells’ by the Apsaalooka (Crow) people, Pompey’s Pillar was a well-known landmark to the Plains Indians.
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8. The Place Where the White Horse Went Down - Historical Marker

 Billings Heights, Billings Area
In 1837-38 a smallpox epidemic spread from the American Fur Trading Company steamboat St. Peter which had docked at Fort Union. The terrible disease for which the Indians had no immunity eventually affected all Montana tribes.
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9. Riverfront Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Located on the Yellowstone River, this park is a great place to relax, walk, jog, fish and enjoy a picnic.
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10. Museum of the Beartooths

 Columbus, Red Lodge Area
The Museum of the Beartooths is a great place to visit the history of the homestead era.
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11. Adobetown

 Virginia City, Butte Area
Placer riches in Alder Gulch spawned many colorful communities. Among them, Adobetown flourished briefly as the center of mining activity in 1864. In that year alone, miners extracted over $350,000 in gold from nearby streams.
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12. Old Trail to the Gold Diggins'

 Dell, Butte Area
Along in the early 1840s the Americans were like they are now, seething to go somewhere. It got around that Oregon was quite a place. The Iowa people hadn’t located California yet.
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13. The Mother Lode Theater

 Butte, Butte Area
This beautiful building is located in Butte’s historic district and is a showplace for the performing arts.
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14. The Mai Wah Museum

 Butte, Butte Area
When the history of Butte’s mining era is told, most of the focus is on the Irish. The Chinese played an important role as well. As the placer mining era declined, Chinese miners came to Butte to work the mines.
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15. The Mission Valley

 Saint Ignatius, Missoula Area
The Mission Valley, called by the Indians “Place of Encirclement,” was occupied by bands of Salish and Kalispel speaking people when the white man came
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16. Garden of the Rockies Museum

 Ronan, Missoula Area
This is one of those quaint little off the road places we all love to “discover.”
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11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
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17. Sun River Canyon

 Choteau, Great Falls Area
This 4,000-acre area is one of the best places in the state to view bighorn sheep.
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18. Fort Assiniboine

 Havre, Havre Area
Established in 1879, Fort Assinniboine was one of the most strategically placed U.S. Army posts in the northwest.
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19. The Heritage Center/H. Earl Clack Museum

 Havre, Havre Area
The old post office built in 1932 and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the home of The Heritage Center and the H. Earl Clack Museum.
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20. Old Shep

 Fort Benton, Havre Area
The body of Shep’s master was placed on a train headed east for burial.
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21. Fort Peck Theatre

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
The small town of Fort Peck nestled alongside the Fort Peck Dam is the last place you’d expect to find a summer stock theater.
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22. Historical Society Museum

 Lambert, Northeast Montana
While this museum traces the area's beginnings from 1914, an emphasis is placed on its native son, former Governor Nutter.
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23. Last Chance Gulch Historic Site

 Helena, Helena Area
The city of Helena started as a group of placer miners’ cabins and Main Street follows the bottom of Last Chance Gulch.
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24. Montana Club Historic Place

 Helena, Helena Area
You can almost feel the power oozing out of the mortar in this wedge-shaped building. In the inner sanctum of these walls, much of Montana’s history was shaped in smoke-filled rooms behind closed doors.
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25. First Discovery of Gold in Montana Historical Marker

 Gold Creek, Southwest Montana
Location: East of Gold Creek Opposite this point, a creek flows into the Clark Fork River from the west. In 1852, a French halfbreed, Francois Finlay, commonly known as “Benetsee,” prospected the creek for placer gold.
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26. Bear Mouth Historical Marker

 Drummond, Southwest Montana
Location: West of Drummond Bear Mouth, across the river to the south, was a trading point for the placer camps at Beartown, Garnet, and Coloma located in the hills north of here.
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27. Lolo Hot Springs

 Lolo, Southwest Montana
At Lolo Hot Springs, visitors can enjoy the same soothing waters that bathed the weary members of the Lewis and Clark expedition 186 years ago. The hot spring pools are open year-round.
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28. Elkhorn Hot Springs

 Elkhorn Hot Springs, Southwest Montana
The pools are open year-round with admission charged to soak in the pools at the rustic privately owned resort. There is also a dark and steamy “Grecian wet Sauna”, where temperatures average 105 degrees F.
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29. Bannack State Park Campground

 Bannack, Butte Area
Bannack was the site of the state’s first big gold strike in 1862 and the birthplace of Montana’s government. Gold was discovered in Grasshopper Creek on July 28, 1862. This strike set off a massive gold rush that swelled Bannack.
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30. Wayfarers State Park Campground

 Bigfork, Flathead Area
There are 30 campsites on this northeast shore of the Flathead Lake campground. Beautiful place to watch the sunset.
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31. Cut Bank Campground

 Glacier Park
This 14 site campground is nestled among trees that make a quiet and peaceful place to camp.
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32. Jellison Place Campground

 Harlowton, Central Montana
Located in the Little Belt Mountains of the Lewis and Clark National Forest sits 10 campsites along Hopley Creek. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table.
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33. Diamond Butte Lookout Cabin

 Ashland, Southeast Montana
Diamond Butte Lookout is perched atop 30-foot masonry tower to take in the view of the surrounding countryside. The lookout is furnished with a table, chair and 3 beds with mattresses.
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34. Whitetail Cabin

 Ashland, Southeast Montana
Whitetail Cabin is a registered historic site and was once used as a ranger station for the Whitetail Reserve in the early 1900's.
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35. Meyers Creek Cabin

 Nye, Red Lodge Area
Meyers Creek Cabin is located in the western part of the Beartooth Ranger District. Meyers Creek Cabin is an historic ranger station which has been used by the Forest Service since 1906.
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36. Mystic Lake Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
A recreation rental cabin requiring a hike, mountain bike or horse travel in. Located on the Bozeman Ranger District. Popular recreational hiking area.
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37. Battle Ridge Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Battle Ridge Cabin is a rustic cabin located north of Bozeman. It was constructed in 1938.
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38. Garnet Mountain Lookout

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Garnet Mountain Fire Lookout cabin is at 8,245 feet elevation overlooking a spectacular panoramic view of multiple mountain ranges.
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39. Little Bear Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
A recreation rental cabin in the Bozeman District built in 1938. It is available all year round. In the summer you can drive to the cabin and winter snowmobile. Beautiful overlook of Bozeman, Belgrade, and multiple mountain ranges.
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40. Spanish Creek Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Spanish Creek Cabin was constructed in 1934 and retains much of its rustic character from that time. The cabin is available year-round and offers an excellent base camp for a variety of summer and winter recreation opportunities.
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41. Windy Pass Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Windy Pass Cabin was built in 1934. It provides a rustic mountain retreat with few amenities, so guests need to bring most of their own supplies and gear to make their experience comfortable and enjoyable.
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42. Yellow Mule Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Yellow Mule Cabin was built in 1920 and was once used as a ranger station. This cabin is unique because it was constructed according to the builder's preference instead of being built with a standard Forest Service design. It is eligible for nominati
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43. Fox Creek Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Fox Creek Cabin is a former ranger station located in a remote area. It is very small and offers only basic amenities. Guests will need to bring most of the gear and supplies they need to have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
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44. Maxey Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Maxey Cabin offers a quaint mountain retreat that is ideally located in one of Gallatin National Forest's most popular recreation areas. Guests can expect a few creature comforts at the cabin, but they will need to bring some of their own supplies
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45. Window Rock Cabin

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Window Rock Cabin was built in 1940 and now offers a year-round retreat for outdoor enthusiasts. It is ideally located in one of Gallatin National Forest's most popular recreation areas. The cabin is accessible by car in the summer.
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46. Beaver Creek Cabin

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
The cabin sits at an elevation of around 7,000 feet in a wooded canyon near Beaver Creek and the Lee Metcalf Wilderness. It is nestled within the Madison Range and tucked beneath 11,316-foot Hilgard Peak, the highest in the range.
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47. Cabin Creek Cabin

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
The cabin sits at an elevation of approximately 8,700 feet, among a stand of mixed conifers. Middle Fork Cabin Creek flows nearby. The surrounding meadow and forests give way to the peaks of the Madison Range.
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48. Basin Station Cabin

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
The cabin sits in an open meadow in the Upper Madison River Valley with views of distant evergreen forests and mountain peaks on all sides. It is situated within a couple of miles of the South Fork Arm of the Madison River.
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49. Wapiti Cabin

 Big Sky, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
Wapiti Cabin is situated in between the Madison Mountain Range and the Gallatin Mountain Range at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Beyond the meadow, guests at the cabin can see dense stands of evergreens and rugged mountain ridges.
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50. Big Creek Cabin

 Livingston, Livingston Area
Big Creek Cabin is located in an area known as Paradise Valley, where the peaks of the Gallatin Range fracture the western sky and the Absarokas rise to the east. The cabin sits in a flat clearing surrounded by fir trees at an elevation of 5,800 ft.
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51. Crandall Creek Cabin

 Ringling, Central Montana
Crandall Creek Cabin is tucked beneath the foothills of the Crazy Mountains. The front porch of the cabin offers a majestic view of Target Rock and spectacular star gazing on a clear night. The cabin is situated at 6,400 feet.
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52. Deer Creek Cabin

 Montana, Livingston Area
This remote location provides habitat for a variety of wildlife, including bear, moose, antelope, elk and deer. Many species of birds also inhabit the area. Blackened trees from a 2006 forest fire still line the nearby hillsides.
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53. Fourmile Cabin

 Big Timber, Livingston Area
The cabin sits at an elevation of 6,186 feet on the Boulder River, near Fourmile Creek. The Boulder River carves out a canyon between the peaks of The Needles, Carbonate Mountain, and Hawley Mountain in the Absaroka Range.
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54. Ibex Cabin

 Clyde Park, Livingston Area
The rustic cabin is nestled at the edge of a meadow in the foothills of the Crazy Mountains, at an elevation of 6,600 feet. A forest of Lodgepole pine grows behind the cabin, and views from the front reveal the 7,354-foot peak of Ibex Mountain.
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55. Mill Creek Cabin

 Emigrant, Livingston Area
Mill Creek Cabin is tucked into the Absaroka Mountains, at an elevation of 5,750 feet. The cabin sits at the edge of a meadow in front of a stand of evergreens. The back porch overlooks bubbling Mill Creek, a tributary of the Yellowstone River.
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56. Porcupine Cabin

 Clyde Park, Livingston Area
The cabin sits on a hillside overlooking the grasslands of Shields Valley. This vantage point provides a majestic view of the Bridger Mountains and spectacular star gazing on a clear night. Guests can look out at the northern peaks of the Crazies.
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57. Trail Creek Cabin

 Livingston, Livingston Area
The cabin is located in the foothills of the Gallatin Mountains at an elevation of 6,200ft. It is situated on the edge of a meadow in front of a stand of lodgepole pine. The front porch of the cabin offers views of the meadow with the mountain peaks.
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58. West Boulder Cabin

 Mc Leod, Livingston Area
West Boulder Cabin sits at an elevation of 5,538 feet on the edge of a meadow near the mouth of the West Boulder River Canyon. The cabin just steps away from the river and adjacent to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness.
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59. West Bridger Station Cabin

 Greycliff, Livingston Area
West Bridger Cabin is nestled in a valley along West Bridger Creek. It sits at an altitude of 4,847 feet in a clearing surrounded by the Beartooth Mountains, some of which are densely forested with evergreens.
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60. Ben Rover Cabin

 Polebridge, Glacier Park Area
The cabin is set along the North Fork of the Flathead River near the western border of Glacier National Park. Aspen trees dot the property as it backs up to a stand of conifers.
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61. Ford Cabin

 Polebridge, Glacier Park Area
The cabin is perched on a grassy field beside a stand of pine trees and near the North Fork of the Flathead River and Tepee Creek. The surrounding Glacier View Ranger District is bordered by the Middle Fork of the Flathead River and Glacier Park.
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62. Hornet Lookout Cabin

 West Glacier, Flathead Area
The scenic lookout is perched atop Hornet Peak, at an elevation of 6,744 feet. Nearby peaks include Wedge Mountain and Akinkoka Peak. The rustic lookout was built in 1922 and, in its prime, played an integral role in detecting forest fires.
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63. Ninko Cabin

 Polebridge, Glacier Park Area
The cabin sits in a mountain valley, near Whale Creek, at an approximate elevation of 4,600 feet. Surrounding peaks include Hornet Mountain and Mount Thompson-Seton.
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64. Schnaus Cabin Lookout/cabin

 Polebridge, Glacier Park Area
The cabin sits near a creek and some ponds, a short hike from the North Fork Flathead River. It is surrounded by scattered pine trees and lies within a meadow at an approximate elevation of 3,700 feet, in the Whitefish Range of the Rocky Mountains.
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65. Wurtz Cabin

 Polebridge, Glacier Park Area
The cabin was originally built by Frank and Ella Wurtz, who first settled the land in 1913 and expanded their home as their family grew in number. The family lived on-site through the 1960s and volunteers helped the Forest Service restore it.
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66. Anna Creek Cabin

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
Anna Creek Cabin is located 30 miles south of the town of Hungry Horse, perched above Hungry Horse Reservoir with sweeping views of the reservoir and the Great Bear Wilderness. Anna Creek Cabin is located 30 miles south of the town of Hungry Horse.
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67. Challenge Lookout Cabin

 East Glacier Park Village, Flathead Area
The cabin sits in a meadow surrounded by a stand of Douglas fir and pine trees, near Challenge Creek. The Hungry Horse Ranger District is bordered on the east by the Middle Fork of the Flathead River and Glacier National Park.
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68. Zip's Place Lookout Cabin

 Essex, Flathead Area
The cabin rear backs up to a stand of lodgepole pine and Douglas fir trees. A small stream runs behind the cabin. The Hungry Horse Ranger District is bordered on the east by the Middle Fork of the Flathead River and Glacier National Park.
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69. Silvertip Cabin

 Spotted Bear, Flathead Area
The cabin is situated in a stand of mixed conifer trees, at an elevation of 4,400 feet. It lies a short walk from the Spotted River, on a stretch of Flathead National Forest land wedged between Great Bear Wilderness and Bob Marshall Wilderness.
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70. Mission Lookout Cabin

 Swan Lake, Flathead Area
At an elevation of approximately 3,700 feet, the cabin affords views of Flathead National Forest, including the Mission Mountains and Swan Lake. A variety of wildlife makes its home in the area.
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71. Old Condon Ranger Station

 Condon, Flathead Area
The Old Condon Ranger Station is part of a historic Forest Service compound constructed in the early 1920s. The compound served as a year around the base of operations for what was then called the Condon Ranger District.
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72. Owl Creek Cabin

 Condon, Flathead Area
The cabin is located in Swan Valley, just south of Holland Lake, at an elevation of 4,200 feet. The building backs up to a stand of mixed conifers, including lodgepole pine and Douglas fir trees.
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73. Swan Guard Station

 Swan Lake, Flathead Area
The Swan Guard Station is the oldest building on the Flathead National Forest. Constructed in 1909 as a remote ranger station, the cabin is located at the south end of Swan Lake.
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74. Star Meadow Guard Station Cabin

 Whitefish, Flathead Area
The cabin sits in a valley near the foot of Mt. Swaney, providing views of the surrounding forested mountains. It is in the northwestern corner of Flathead National Forest in the Tally Lake Ranger District.
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75. Bar Gulch Cabin

 Townsend, Helena Area
Bar Gulch Cabin sits in a grassy, open clearing surrounded by a canopy of mixed-conifer forest. The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes. Valley bottoms, dense forests, meadows, and barren ridges with streams, rivers, and lakes.
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76. Indian Flats Cabin

 Helena, Helena Area
Indian Flats Cabin is backed by mixed conifer forest, and a small stream flows in front of it. Hogback Mountain is located within a mile of the cabin at an elevation of 7,813 feet. The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes.
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77. Rillway Cabin

 Townsend, Helena Area
Located near a moss-covered canyon wall, with a charming creek splashing through the backyard, Rillway Cabin offers a unique setting in scenic Deep Creek Canyon.
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78. Thompson Guard Station

 Townsend, Helena Area
Located on the east side of the Big Belt Mountains, this cabin presents a wonderful getaway. A fairly large two-room cabin with a deck greets visitors and offers plenty of room. Located on the east side of the Big Belt Mountains, this cabin presents
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79. Granite Butte Lookout

 Lincoln, Missoula Area
While renting the Lookout, visitors can literally walk out onto the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and enjoy a variety of day hike opportunities in the summer and cross-country skiing opportunities in the winter!
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80. Kading Cabin

 Elliston, Helena Area
Hemmed in by old-growth, conifer forest, Kading Cabin sits at the edge of a grassy clearing. The Little Blackfoot River flows near the cabin, a tributary to the Upper Clark Fork watershed. The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes.
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81. Moose Creek Cabin

 Helena, Helena Area
The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes, from river banks to subalpine terrain. Valley bottoms, dense forests, meadows and barren ridges are mixed with streams, rivers, and lakes.
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82. Eagle Guard Station Cabin

 Townsend, Helena Area
The former Eagle Creek Ranger Station is now available as a rental cabin. The Eagle Creek Cabin was originally built by Richard (Dick) Owen about 1895 as a home for himself, his wife Sarah, and daughter Sadie.
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83. Calf Creek Cabin

 Neihart, Central Montana
The cabin sits along Calf Creek at an elevation of 5,400 feet in the Little Belt Mountains. The region boasts a dense coniferous forest with mixed fir, spruce, and pine trees.
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84. Dry Wolf Cabin

 Stanford, Central Montana
The cabin is nestled along Dry Wolf Creek at an elevation of 5,600 feet. Dry Wolf Creek is a tributary of the Judith River and flows north for about 40 miles in the Little Belt Mountains.
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85. Hunters Cabin

 Harlowton, Central Montana
Hunters Spring provides a serene escape in the mountains of central Montana. It is a prime destination for hunting, snowmobiling and skiing enthusiasts. Access in the winter is by snowmobile, skis or snowshoes only. The road is not plowed.
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86. Judith Guard Station Cabin

 Stanford, Central Montana
Judith Guard Station sits at an elevation of 5,000 feet on the northern banks of the Middle Fork of the Judith River. The region boasts wooded hills topped with Ponderosa Pine, lodgepole pine, and Douglas fir.
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87. Kings Hill Cabin

 Neihart, Central Montana
The cabin sits just 100 yards off the highway in a deep woods setting of Lodgepole pine,at an elevation of 7,600 feet. Showdown Ski Area is to the west. Sheep Creek flows to the south and Belt Creek flows to the north of the Cabin location.
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88. Monument Peak Lookout

 Monarch, Central Montana
Looking to stay in an active fire lookout- a room with a view? Monument Peak Lookout is on the top of a mountain and has a spectacular view of the Little Belt Mountains.
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89. Kenck Cabin

 Augusta, Great Falls Area
Perched at an elevation of about 5,200 feet, the cabin sits near a series of flowing water, including Benchmark Creek, South Fork Sun River, and Burned Creek. The surrounding area is a mixed conifer forest.
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90. West Fork Cabin (West of Choteau)

 Choteau, Great Falls Area
Set in the Rocky Mountain Front Range, the cabin sits in the valley of the North Fork Teton River near Mount Werner and Mount Wright. Lewis and Clark National Forest boasts 1,600 miles of streams and several small natural and man-made lakes.
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91. Crystal Lake Cabin

 Lewistown, Central Montana
The cabin sits near the shores of Crystal Lake. The beautiful lake spans 45 acres at an elevation of 5,700 feet. With a maximum depth of 15 feet, the lake seeps fresh water through a porous limestone bottom. The lake generally freezes in the winter.
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92. Cummings Cabin

 Lincoln, Missoula Area
The cabin is tucked into a grassy clearing with old-growth conifer forest to one side. The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes, from river banks to subalpine terrain.
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93. West Fork Butte Lookout

 Lolo, Southwest Montana
The 14-by-14' lookout is situated on a rocky knob with spectacular views of the surrounding area, including Lolo Peak, the Bitterroot Mountains and the Lolo Creek drainage. The lookout is close to the Montana-Idaho border and Lolo Pass.
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94. Cougar Peak Lookout

 Thompson Falls, Northwest Montana
The tower is situated in the Clark Fork River drainage, at an elevation of 6,694 feet, in the Cabinet Mountains of western Montana. It was built in 1952 to replace an existing, older structure dating back to the 1930s.
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95. Hogback Homestead

 Philipsburg, Butte Area
The cabin is located near the scenic Hogback Creek, in the rugged Sapphire Mountains, at an elevation of 4,500 feet. It was built in 1917 as a permanent home.
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96. Morgan-Case Homestead

 Philipsburg, Butte Area
The homestead is located in the rugged Sapphire Mountains at an elevation of 4,700 feet. The Missoula Ranger District began preservation work on the cabin in 2001, restoring its historic charm.
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97. Double Arrow Lookout

 Seeley Lake, Missoula Area
The lookout is a 14-by-14 structure atop a 20-foot tower. It was built in 1933 and staffed by Forest Service employees until the mid-80s, when it was opened to the public for recreation purposes. The tower is listed on the National Historic Lookout.