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Helena National Forest

The Helena National Forest has almost one million acres of distinctive terrain. The

Continental Divide National Scenic Trail covers 80 miles from Scapegoat to Deerlodge National Forest; Helena owes its existence to this region that is rich in mining history. Visitors can find the scenic rugged limestone canyons at the Big Belt Mountain Range.With over 1000 miles of developed trails, take a hike, or even ride on horseback. Skiing and riding the snowmobile are popular sports in winter. There are picnic areas and campgrounds, and the adventurous can rent a rustic cabin for the night. Photo: Helena National Forest "Fun Things to Do in Helena, Montana this Weekend" Back to Top or Photos and Map of Conference & Wedding Destinations Things to Do in Vermont: Park-McCullough Historic House, Fairbanks Museum, Ethan Allen Homestead
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