Bitterroot Canyons

Bitterroot Canyons

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Canyons of the Bitterroot Mountains

Canyons are one of the prominent features of the Bitterroot Mountains on the border of Montana and Idaho, USA. These canyons are typically broad and densely forested at lower elevations, with more sheer rock walls above. Trails, which usually follow streambottoms, typically range from 5 to 12 miles and lead to destinations such as alpine lakes, passes, and peaks. Attach any pictures related to these canyons here.

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mrh - Apr 1, 2006 7:10 am - Voted 10/10

Great photos of great places

I really like this album. Hey I see on your profile you are from Missoula. I just spent a week there, we could have got together for a visit. Maybe next time, I get over there once or twice a year on business.


kyledod - Apr 2, 2006 8:05 pm - Hasn't voted


Glad you enjoyed it, I certainly have enjoyed living so close to these canyons. A visit certainly would have been nice, however, it now looks like I will shortly be leaving Missoula (for the North Cascades--at least for the summer).

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