Gibbons Pass Interpretive Site, MT

US Forest Service

Gibbons Pass Interpretive Site

Determined to find a better route over the Continental Divide, Lewis and Clark parted company at Traveler's Rest near Lolo, Montana on July 3, 1806. Lewis headed northeast through Hellgate Canyon ...[more]



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The Gibbons Pass road begins behind the Sula Ranger Station off Highway 93 at Sula, MT. Road Advisory: The Bitterroot-Big Hole Road (Forest Road 106) from the Sula Ranger Station to the top of Gibbons Pass is a steep, winding and narrow road with few turnouts and is not suitable for vehicles over 25 feet. helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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