Sprunger–Whitney Nature Trail Topo Map

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The Sprunger–Whitney Nature Trail lies along the Swan River seven miles south of Swan Lake. The trail is named for Elmer Sprunger and Jack Whitney, long-time resident conservationists in the Swan Valley. The interpretive trail begins at the Point Pleasant Campground and follows a section of the Old Swan Highway, originally a Pend d’Oreilles and Bitterroot Salish Indian trail. It was also a portion of the route used by Lewis and Clark. The trail weaves through an old-growth riparian forest with a vast cross-section of trees. Interpretive panels describe the tree species, plants, life cycles, and the effects of insects and other natural forces.
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Missoula, Montana

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Mar 2018