History & Culture

Lolo National Historic Trail

[banner] Nez Perce Logo and Lewis and Clark Logo with the title,
 

Fourteen miles of origninal historic tread lie on the Lolo National Forest. You can put your feet in the single-track tread where the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Nez Perce Indians put theirs.

 

[photo] Hikers along the Lolo NHT.
 

The Lolo National Historic Trail (NHT) is located along Highway 12 west of Lolo, Montana. The orange rectangle in the map below shows the area of the Lolo National Forest (NF) associated with the Lolo NHT.
 

Visit these links to learn more about this unique trail and its rich history.

What is the Lolo NHT?

Points of Interest Along the Lolo NHT - Map

Points of Interest Along the Lolo NHT - Text Version

Link in the map below displays the points of interest map.

[map] Lolo NHT area in the context of the whole Lolo NF. Go to the Bitterroot National Forest Go to the Clearwater National Forest Go to the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Go to the Lewis and Clark National Forest Go to the Helena National Forest





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