Year - 2004
Scale - 1/2" to the mile (1:126,720)
Topo Lines - No
The Kootenai National Forest offers some of the
finest recreation opportunities in Montana. Elevations
range from 8,738 feet atop Snowshoe Peak to 1,862 feet
where the Kootenai River leaves the forest and the State,
the lowest point in Montana. The Kootenai is tryly a forest of multiple
use. The diversity of tree and other plant species is among the greatest
in the Northwest. Wildlife species on the Kootenai include, elk, moose,
bighorn sheep, deer, mountain lion and many other species.
The Kootenai also has a few threatened and endangered species
such as grizzly bear, gray wolf, lynx, bald eagle, and bull trout.
This map also incorporates the east half of the Kaniksu National Forest in Idaho.