Too many people doing too many different things prompted the Lolo National Forest to expand the main Blue Mountain trailhead. “Parking and traffic can get kind of crazy on busy days,” says Andy Kulla with the Lolo National Forest. “This will relieve a lot of the parking congestion and reduce conflicts when things get busy.” The popular jumping-off spot is scheduled to reopen May 15.
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