White Cliffs of the Missouri, Montana, USA by Roland Taylor

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The White Cliffs of the Missouri is a National Wild and Scenic designated area in central Montana. Within the area you can float the river, fish, hike, hunt, drive for pleasure, find a little solitude, enjoy a sense of exploration in a remote setting, or simply marvel at the variety of natural beauty.

This spectacular area is The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument – it contains an array of biological, geological, and historical objects of interest. From Fort Benton to the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, the monument spans 149 miles of the Upper Missouri River, the adjacent Breaks country, and portions of Arrow Creek, Antelope Creek, and the Judith River.

In 1976, Congress designated the Missouri River segment and corridor in this area a National Wild and Scenic River.

This photo was taken at the Slaughter river boat camp from 15 feet out in the river after a wonderful day of paddling. I stood in the water waiting for the sun to set and was rewarded with this blazing sunset.

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