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Lewis & Clark National Forest - Highwood Mountains Recreation Map
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Year - 2012

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The Highwood Mountain Range is a small island of volcanic peaks and valleys in central Montana, 30 miles east of Great Falls. It's highest peak is Highwood Baldy, at 7670 feet. The Highwood Mountains have a long history as public land. The Highwood Mountains Forest Reserve was established in 1906 with 45,080 acres. It was combined with other island mountain ranges the Little Belts, the Little Rockies, and the Snowy Mountains in 1908 to become the Jefferson National Forest, which now is the Lewis and Clark National Forest.

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