Teller Wildlife Refuge Teller Trail

Missoula, Montana

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The Teller Wildlife Refuge is a private, 1 ,200-acre sanctuary located just north of Corvallis in the Bitterroot Valley. The refuge, established in 1 987 by Otto Teller, is part of a non-profit organization promoting conservation, education, and recreation. The protected land spreads out along three miles of the 84-mile-long Bitterroot River. The area contains timbered river bottom, ponds, streams, wetlands, meadows, upland habitat, and agricultural land. Except for the Teller Trail, access to the main refuge is limited. Contact the office for additional public access information.

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"The Teller Wildlife Refuge is a private, 1 ,200-acre sanctuary located just north of Corvallis in the Bitterroot Valley. The refuge, established in 1 987 by Otto Teller, is part of a non-profit organization promoting conservation, education, and recreation. The protected land spreads out along three miles of the 84-mile-long Bitterroot River. The area contains timbered river bottom, ponds, streams, wetlands, meadows, upland habitat, and agricultural land. Except for the Teller Trail, access to the main refuge is limited. Contact the office for additional public access information."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Missoula
Distance: 1.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Duration: 40 minutes
Season: Year-Round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: U.S.G.S. Hamilton North

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Jun 2018