This mobile app gives you access while online to the Lolo National Forest recreational opportunities, public notices, news, alerts, and more. The Lolo National Forest is located in western Montana, headquartered out of Missoula, and covers over 2 million acres of scenic public land, ready for you to explore! With campgrounds, picnic areas, lakes and rivers, trails for hiking, horseback riding, bicycling and OHVs, scenic mountain roads, rustic cabins and lookouts to rent, and so much more, you are guaranteed to find the perfect activity! In the winter explore our extensive cross-country and downhill skiing opportunities, go snowboarding or snowmobiling, or get off the beaten path for a quiet snowshoe adventure. Here are just some ways of using this app to ensure you're taking advantage of all the great tools and information available:
Search for recreational opportunities using category lists or the interactive map. Zoom in on maps and easily navigate to find information about any of our great recreation sites. Find contact information, where our offices and visitor centers are located, and their hours.
Find out about current road and trail conditions before you go, so you can be prepared to have a great experience in your U.S. Forest Service lands. The app also provides updates on closures, alerts and warnings, so you'll have the best information about recreation availability on the Lolo National Forest
Ensure the safety of yourself and your family by checking in with the app while making travel plans to visit your public lands. Learn about recreating in bear country safely and about storing your food in a bear-resistant manner. Find out the current fire danger information, fire restrictions and how to have a safe campfire. Current fire information is conveniently included in the app so you'll have the most up-to-date information about where fires are burning and what you need to know and do to be safe. Keep informed of local weather conditions, avalanche warning and conditions, and more.
The Lolo National Forest is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Get out and enjoy it! Its All Yours!