Set in the extreme end of the Blackfoot Valley near the headwaters of the Blackfoot River, Lincoln, opens the door to some of the best outdoor recreation in Montana. National forests virtually surround the town, and the fabled Scapegoat Wilderness Area lies just to the north. The Bob Marshall/Scapegoat Wilderness Complex sprawls over one and one half million acres of pristine wilderness on both sides of the Continental Divide. Among the vast array of rare animals, the rugged wilderness supports the only population of grizzly bear in the lower 48 outside of a national park. Lincoln is a mecca for snowsports. The area offers over 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and events and races throughout the winter.