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Lolo, Montana


Major Events and Festivals

Holt Heritage Museum
The 'Cowboys and Indian, Rodeos and Powwows’ collection tells the story of cowboys and their equipment, including the evolution of different types of saddles and tack. Celebrity's western boots are a part of the collection too. Nez Perce, Salish/Kootenai and Crow items are included in the Indian collections. 406.273.6743 or

Fort Fizzle
Fort Fizzle Historic Site Picnic Area parallels the historic Lolo trail once used by the Nez Perce, Salish and Kootenai tribes and Lewis and Clark. Lewis and Clark's expedition followed Lolo Creek twice. Facilities include interpretive signs and accessible trail to fishing access. Restrooms and picnic facilities are also wheelchair accessible. Bring your own water. Fort Fizzle is a wooden barricade on the Lolo Trail erected by Missoula volunteers led by Captain Rawn to stop the advance of Chief Joseph during the Nez Perce war. 406.329.3814 or

Lolo Hot Springs

At Lolo Hot Springs, visitors today can enjoy the same soothing waters that bathed the weary members of the famed Lewis & Clark expedition 186 years ago. 


Cross-Country Skiing


Lolo Trail Center - 406.273.2201

Horseback Riding


Starting at Lolo Hot Springs, snowmobiles can conduct their own modern-day exploration, using 500 miles of groomed connection trails.  A series of interconnecting loop trails straddle two national forests on the Montana-Idaho border.  East Fork, Lost Park, Elk Meadows, Moose Ridge, Cooper Creek, and Wagon Mountain are just some of the trails that lead deep into the heart of the Bitterroot Range, with lots of meadows and play areas along the way.  The snowmobile season runs from mid-December through April.  The snow conditions are excellent with hard pack snow throughout most of the season.  The snow depth ranges from one to three Feet on the level, up to 12 to 15 feet in the mountains.  Lolo Hot Springs is at an elevation of 4,160 feet, but the trails climb to 8,000 feet.