We have found all the resources you need to plan and execute the ultimate hike or backpacking trip in the American Redoubt!

The resources below come from many different sources both public and private such as the local and state governments, USFS, Conservancy’s, Foundations, Wilderness groups as well as magazines and blogs. All together you should have more than enough information to get started for the coming summer! This does not include ‘Camping’ or RV’ing’ as we have covered that in another Resource page.

We have grouped them by National and State resources and they are all located on this one page, so be sure to scroll all they way through to learn more. Enjoy!

 

USDA Map Resource

 

U.S. Government Resources

USDA National Forest Maps (highly recommended)

Montana USDA Forest Maps

Idaho USDA Forest Maps

Wyoming USDA Forest Maps

Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail

 

Idaho Parks

 

Idaho State & Local Resources

Idaho Parks and Recreation (Start here)

Idaho Parks ArcGIS Maps

Idaho Trails Association

American Trails ID

Trails.com (Idaho)

NatGeo ID Maps

 

Montana Wilderness Resource

 

Montana State & Local Resources

 Hiking Montana (Interactive Map & Trail information)    Highly Recommended!

Montana Wilderness Association (Home Page from above link)

Trails.com (Montana)

American Trails MT

MT Fish & Wildlife Trails

MT State Parks Trails

MT BLM Land Trails

NatGeo MT Maps

Montana Hikes (MThikes.com)

MT Parks & Recreation (Membership Required)

 

Wyoming Maps and Trails

 

Wyoming State & Local Resources

Wyoming State Trails

Trails.com (Wyoming)

NatGeo Maps WY

American Trails WY

Teton Hiking Trails

WY Slackpacker Trail Finder

 

Mobile Apps, Articles, Magazines, Websites / Blogs related to Hiking, Backpacking in the American Redoubt.

iHikeGPS Mobile App!

Trimble GPS App!

Ramblr Photo / Plan App

SAS Survival App (Must have)

American Hiking Society

Backpacker Magazine Idaho

Backpacker Magazine Montana

Backpacker Magazine Wyoming

Hiking the Sawtooth Mountains

How to survive the Bob Marshall Wilderness