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Four Dances

Natural Area - Montana

Four Dances Natural Area is 765 acres (310 ha) of undeveloped open space which were preserved in Billings, Montana, and became public land. The area was named after Chief Four Dances, an important religious and military figure in the history of the Crow Nation. The area is on a plateau located 2 miles (3 km) east of downtown Billings and is bordered on the east side by Coburn Road. On the west, the plateau is edged with cliffs that drop 200 to 800 feet (61 to 244 m) to the Yellowstone River.

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maps

Official visitor map of Nez Perce National Historical Park (NHP) in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Nez Perce - Visitor Map

Official visitor map of Nez Perce National Historical Park (NHP) in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the Trail System in Pictograph State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.Pictograph - Trails

Map of the Trail System in Pictograph State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.

Map of the Trail System in Lake Elmo State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.Lake Elmo - Trails

Map of the Trail System in Lake Elmo State Park (SP). Published by Montana State Parks.

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.Montana State - Montana Highway Map

Highway Map of Montana. Published by the Montana Department of Transportation.

brochures

The official Montana State Parks Guide. Published by Montana State Parks.Montana - State Parks Guide

The official Montana State Parks Guide. Published by Montana State Parks.

Four Dances NA https://www.blm.gov/visit/four-dances https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Dances_Natural_Area Four Dances Natural Area is 765 acres (310 ha) of undeveloped open space which were preserved in Billings, Montana, and became public land. The area was named after Chief Four Dances, an important religious and military figure in the history of the Crow Nation. The area is on a plateau located 2 miles (3 km) east of downtown Billings and is bordered on the east side by Coburn Road. On the west, the plateau is edged with cliffs that drop 200 to 800 feet (61 to 244 m) to the Yellowstone River.

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