Welcome to our maps page
Below you will find what is an ever growing collection of hopefully useful maps.
If you would like a quick Google fix of where we are, here it is.
Area Overview, Property Detail and Getting Here Maps:
- Large area overview showing Spokane - Missoula - Kalispell - GNP
- A little closer in with more detail
- Bull Lake Valley & Guest Cabins Property
- Property Detail with Cabins and Trails
A little disclaimer, the maps below are for general recreational knowledge and are NOT intended to show every last aspect of the waters and trails in their coverage. Floating rivers and hiking the wilderness has inherent dangers. While we've tried to include any pertinent info such as rapids, falls, river mileage, campsites, obscure trails etc...we obviously can't cover them all. Please heed the warnings where given. Rivers are ever changing wild environments. Trails have a tendency to disappear over time. Know your limits and when in doubt..... don't do it. We're happy to answer any questions you may have before you head out. Use these maps at your own discretion.
Kootenai River Access Maps starting from the top:
- Dam to Re-Reg
- Re-Reg to Libby
- Libby to Big Horn Terrace
- Big Horn Terrace to Troy
- Troy to Yaak River
- Yaak River to Moyie River
- Shuttle Overview
Yaak, Bull River, Mountain Lakes, Trails, and Campsite Maps:
- Yaak River Area with Put Ins / Take Outs, Developed Campgrounds & a Few Lakes
- Bull River Area with Put Ins / Takes Outs & Developed Campgrounds
- Northern Cabinet Mountain Wilderness Area Lakes & Primitive Campsites Overview
- Central Cabinet Mountain Wilderness Area Lakes & Primitive Campsites Overview
- Southern Cabinet Mountain Wilderness Area Lakes & Primitive Campsites Overview
- Scotchman Peaks North End Lakes & Primitive Campsites Overview
There are many more lakes, trails and high peaks in the Cabinets, Yaak, and Scotchmans than those shown in the maps above. They are just a few of the places that we suggest you explore.
The book "Trails of the Wild Cabinets" is a terrific resource and highly recommended.
If you're a map junkie like so many of us we highly suggest Delormes' paper Gazetteers, Software Topos and or Xmap, and hand held GPS's. We use them extensively and they are invaluable tools for exploring this area.
If you're exploring on foot the KNF has a fairly updated and useful paper map here.
If you're heading into the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness the KNF paper map of the CMW is a bit dated but none the less a valuable tool and a must have.
We recommend buying them on line or through the mail before hand as the local ranger stations don't always have them in stock.