Retrace The Footsteps Of Lewis & Clark On The Alice Creek Trail In Montana
If you’re lucky enough to live in Lewis and Clark County, you know what an incredibly beautiful area it is. And back in 1805, Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark thought so, too. They spent about five months exploring Montana during their expedition, and Meriweather Lewis himself crossed the Continental Divide on what is now the Alice Creek Trail #440. Hike this stunning trail yourself and retrace the footsteps of our history.
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What will your next Montana hike be? Add this historic trail to your outdoor bucket list.