The Alice Creek Trail, located in the rolling, high terrain of the Lincoln Ranger District of the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest in Montana, leads to Lewis and Clark Pass and the Scapegoat Wilderness. This family-friendly trail has a gradual include and the hike to the pass is 1.7 miles. Many outdoor activities, such as hiking, backpacking, camping, picnicking, nature study, fishing, horse riding, and more are available. Bring binoculars to view scenic vistas and look for clues of the presence of wildlife - moose tracks, beaver dams, woodpecker holes, and bald eagle nests in treetops. Please respect the wildness of animals by not approaching or feeding.
Latitude: 47.13862 Longitude: -112.457243 Elevation: 5589 ft
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I am the Geographer for the National Park Service at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, which stretches from Wood River, Illinois to the Mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon.
I'd recommend visiting Bellefontaine Cemetery, which is the final resting place of many historical figures (including William Clark) as well as an arboretum with thousands of trees, shrubs, and plants and an important habitat for urban wildlife.
Travel the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail!