Tracing the banks of the Clark Fork River, the Kim Williams Nature Trail winds from downtown Missoula into the Bitterroot Mountains.
Destination: Kim Williams Nature Trail, Montana
fly fisherman casts into the shallows of the Clark Fork River as a tangle of tubers whisks along in the main current. On the riverbanks, a high school cross-country team beats out a run as the sun cranes higher over the Bitterroot Mountains.
It's August in western Montana, and Missoula is rippling with activity. And you can reel in everything—from the splash of the riverside to the cool shadows of Mount Sentinel—on the 4.2-mile Kim Williams Nature Trail.
Read the complete article by Karl Wirsing online: Destination: Montana (PDF/1.12MB)