The Lewis & Clark National Forest is located in the center of Montana.
Where is this Forest?

 

Maps & Publications

In December 2015, the Helena and the Lewis and Clark National Forests consolidated, and are now known as one combined forest: Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest. To help be more efficient and minimize confusion, we are consolidating our forest websites. All Maps & Publication information can be found on the new Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest website.

Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest Maps & Publications

Features

Recreation Opportunity Maps

Graphic showing the cover of the Little Belt Mountain Motorized Travel Map

Recreation Opportunity Maps provide information on specific recreational opportunities such as winter activities, or are detailed maps of areas of the Forest with unique opportunities.


2014 Little Belt Mountains Color Travel Map!

Graphic showing the cover of the Little Belt Mountain Motorized Travel Map

The 2014 Free Little Belt Mountains Color Travel Map is now available in digital format, and in printed format.  This very popular map product is the result of a partnership between the Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association, the Great Falls Trail Bike Riders Association, and the Lewis and Clark National Forest.

It will soon be available on the Avenza map store, as well.

Spotlights

Recent Travel Plans

Find the Records of Decision for the Little Belt, Castle & Crazy Mountains and the Rocky Mountain Travel Plans here.

Map Basics

Graphic showing a section that has been divided into protracted blocks, according to the PLSS

Do you have a question about maps or map reading? Check this page!  It is in development, so check back often!

 




Brochures

Our brochure selection  includes pamphlets on campgrounds, trails, scenic drives, forest products and more.

GPS Navigation

Sample Lat-Long/UTM Map Grid

Many Forest users are starting to utilize GPS technology for navigation and geocaching.  Click here to learn how to use it safely!