About the map
Our Middle Fork Flathead River Wild and Scenic River map prominently features boat launches, fishing access sites, mountain peaks, and nearby creeks.
Montana Public Land Access
To make this map really come alive, Montana’s public land ownership is overlaid on high-resolution terrain shading, giving the map a vivid, 3-dimensional look.
Ready for framing
This (36×24 inch) wall map is printed on medium weight, museum-quality paper. The paper finish is semi-gloss, making the terrain shading and colors really “pop” off the page.
Maps are delivered rolled, so there are no fold lines to compromise the aesthetic quality of your map.
About Middle Fork Flathead River Wild and Scenic River
The Middle Fork Flathead River flows approximately 92 miles from its source in the Bob Marshall Wilderness to its confluence with the North Fork of the Flathead River.
The Middle Fork Flathead River was designated as a wild and scenic river by the U.S. Congress in 1976 under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
This designation recognizes the river’s outstanding natural, cultural, and recreational values and aims to protect these values for future generations.
Flathead River recreational opportunities
The river and its surrounding area offer a variety of recreational opportunities, including fishing, boating, hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing.
The river is known for its scenic beauty, crystal-clear water, and abundant fish and wildlife, including grizzly bears, elk, and bald eagles.
Surrounding recreation areas include Glacier National Park, Great Bear Wilderness, and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex.
I believe every map should tell a story, and great storytellers captivate their audience by making every word count.
Similarly, I resist the urge to “add more”, only adding features that will enhance the story of the map.
My thoughtful approach to design reveals crisp, clean, beautiful maps that draw its viewers into the story each map is telling.
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