Which designated Wilderness Areas and Wilderness Study Areas does the Montana Trail 406 cross?
About 20 percent of the Montana Trail miles are in six federally designated wilderness areas or wilderness study areas. Designated wilderness areas include Great Bear Wilderness, Bob Marshall Wilderness, Scapegoat Wilderness, Lee Metcalf Wilderness, Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, and UL Bend Wilderness.
In addition, it goes through recommended wilderness in Glacier National Park and these wilderness study areas: Ten Lakes WSA, Henneberry Ridge WSA, Bell-Limekiln Canyons WSA, Hidden Pasture Creek WSA, Hyalite Porcupine Buffalo Horn WSA, Middlefork Judith River WSA, Dog Creek South WSA, Stafford WSA, Ervin Ridge WSA, Woodhawk WSA, Cow Creek WSA, Antelope Creek WSA and Burnt Lodge WSA.
Know before you go by visiting: wilderness.net to learn about the regulations specific to each wilderness.