Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex Map - South Half


The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex is a federally designated wilderness area managed by the US Forest Service. "The Bob" as it is affectionately known, straddles the continental divide and spans 1.5 million acres to the south of Glacier National Park in Northwestern Montana. The Bob is made up of three separate wilderness areas including The Scapegoat Wilderness, The Great Bear Wilderness and of course, The Bob Marshall Wilderness and was designated in 1940 to honor Bob Marshall's contributions to the preservation of the area. 

The South Half map includes:

  • South Half of The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex
  • Entire Scapegoat Wilderness
  • Seeley Lake area
  • Rocky Mountain Front
  • Chinese Wall
  • South Fork Flathead River

Waterproof, tear-resistant
Topographic/shaded relief
GPS verified trail locations and mileage

The land the Bob Marshall Wilderness is located on is the traditional land of Amskapi Piikani (the Blackfeet Nation of Montana), the Niitsitapi (the Blackfoot Confederacy), the Selis (Salish), Qlispe (Pend d'Oreille or Kalispell) and Ktunaxa (Kootenai) tribes.

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