The two-million-acre Lolo National Forest in west central Montana was created in 1906, making it one of the oldest National Forests in the country. Forest ecosystems range from wet, western red cedar bottoms to high alpine peaks, and forests of alpine larch and white bark pine with over 100 named lakes, nearly 1000 named streams and five major rivers. Great for a coat or jacket, this attractive pin is great for collecting or to commemorate your visit.
Features: Metal. 1.1 inches in diameter.