Alta Pine Interpretive Site, MT

US Forest Service

Alta Pine Interpretive Site

This interpretive site focuses on the Alta Pine which was thought to be the second oldest pine in the state of Montana at over 800 years old. In 1989 a lightning strike damaged the tree and it was killed...[more]



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From Darby Montana drive south on state highway 93 turn right on road 478 (towards Painted Rocks State Park). The pine is located just before reaching Alta Campground.

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