Seeley Lake Wildlife Viewing Blind, MT

US Forest Service

Seeley Lake Wildlife Viewing Blind

An easy walk to the viewing blind takes you through old-growth western larch and spruce where you may see birds and mammals in forested and riparian habitats. The viewing blind is located at...[more]



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From the town of Seeley Lake, travel 3 miles north on Montana highway 83. Follow the signs and turn west onto the road to the Seeley Lake Ranger Station. The parking lot is behind the ranger station, between the lake and the ranger station. There is a sign at the canoe landing, toward the water's edge, where the trail begins and leads to the viewing blind. The viewing blind is about 0.3 mile from the trailhead.

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