30.5 miles: 0 hours, 32 minutes
The byway (US 93) slips through the Bitterroot National Forest along the Bitterroot River. Black bears, mule deer and bighorn sheep roam the mountainsides. From sage bushes and ponderosa pines to sky-scraping sub-alpine larch and spruce trees, the vegetation is diverse and beautiful. Hiking, camping, fishing, and rock climbing are some of the outdoor offerings in the national forest.