About the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex Considered by many to be the “crown jewel” of the wilderness preservation system, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex located in Northwestern Montana, is the third largest Wilderness area in the lower 48.  ‘The Bob’, as it’s known locally, is comprised of towering limestone reefs (including the famous Chinese Wall), range after range of majestic mountains, lush forests, broad basins and valleys, and two Wild and Scenic Rivers. The list of plant and animal species that inhabit the area has remained unchanged since the exploration of Lewis and Clark.  The area is named for forester and conservationist - Bob Marshall, an early advocate for protecting roadless areas, organizer and benefactor of the Wilderness Society, an

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