Below you will find helpful information about Bob Marshall Wilderness.
The Bob Marshall complex is about 60 miles long and about 40 miles wide and can be accessed from a number of different directions. Visitors who fly into the area can choose to land in Kalispell, Missoula, Helena or Great Falls, depending on where they plan to access the wilderness. The most popular trail accesses on the westside originate toward near Flathead Lake and Swan Lake regions. From the north there is a number of access points near Glacier National Park, though the most popular access is by way of Hungry Horse Reservoir to Spotted Bear along the South Fork of the Flathead drainage. From the east the Benchmark area is the most popular trailhead point and from the South most visitors use an access in the Monture Guard Station Area. There are several airstrips by Ranger Stations in the heart of the wilderness where small planes are permitted to land, giving visitors a unique access option. Most visitors spend several days traveling in the Bob Marshall by backpack, raft, or horse and all visitors should be familiar with grizzly bear country backcountry travel protocol. There are a large number of Guide & outfitters for any kind of recreation allowed in the wilderness and visitors can find out more information to plan their adventures in every major town in the Glacier/Flathead and Missoula vicinities.