Official website of the Augusta Area Chamber of Commerce (Photo by Jeff Van Tine)
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Trailhead To The Bob
"Augusta, Montana - Trailhead to the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex"

Situated where the Prairie meets the Rocky Mountains, Augusta provides the closest access, of any of the towns along The Front, to the trailheads for the Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wilderness areas and the Lewis & Clark National Forest.

Hikers, backpackers and horseback riders assemble in Augusta to access the 1,500,000 million acres of unspoiled, rugged beauty in the high country. There are ten beautiful lakes ranging from 6 to 25 miles from town, and many excellent fishing streams are close by. Guest ranches in the area offer riding, rustic cabins, hunting, fishing and sightseeing trips. The area teems with wildlife, and the real meaning of being in a major bird flyway is understood in the spring and fall.

In addition to the spectacular landscape, true western hospitality awaits visitors to Augusta with it's gift shops, an array of food and drink opportunities, motel/hotel accommodations, campgrounds and an RV park. Spend some time exploring our wonderful area, then shop, have dinner in town, and make some new friends!
Photo Gallery - The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex
(Click on any large photo to open in gallery format.)