Missoula is a place to recreate, to get outdoors and have fun. I imagine that this will be one of the biggest subdirectories for Missoula. The nature section houses links to information on the mountains, the outfitter section will list river, fishing, hiking and other professional guides. The sports section will bring you to team web sites, and sporting goods list places to shop.
Brown Bear Resources (www.brownbear.org) updates on bears, adopting grizzly bears, protecting habitat. General bear info
Lubrect Experimental Forest (www.cfc.umt.edu) The Lubrecht Experimental Forest is a 28,000 acre outdoor classroom and laboratory located 30 miles northeast of Missoula, Montana in the Blackfoot River drainage.
USDA Forest Service Northern Region (www.fs.fed.us) Region 1 of the USDA Forest Service includes the Bitterroot, Lolo, Kootenai and Flathead forests. You can find info on fires, employment, maps and other interesting forest related info.
Blacktail Mountain Ski Area (www.blacktailmountain.com) Montana's newest ski area. Outside Lakeside (on the west side of Flathead Lake) Blacktail offers 13 miles of uncrowded terrain and 24 groomed ski runs.
Montana Snowbowl (www.montanasnowbowl.com) 20 minutes north of downtown Missoula. Montana Snow Bowl offers Skiing and Snowboarding.
Gull Boats and RV of Missoula (www.gullboatsandrv.com) authorized dealers of the finest recreational vehicles, boats and snowmobiles. Gull Boats offers a wide variety of motor homes, travel trailers, 5th wheels, tent trailers, pick-up campers watercraft and marine parts.
USGS Waterdata (waterdata.usgs.gov) The USGS provides streamflow information for all major drainages in the US. This link brings you to USGS station 12340500 Clark Fork above Missoula MT
West Central Montana Avalanche Center (www.missoulaavalanche.org) - review The West Central Montana Avalanche Advisory includes an area on the Bitterroot Clearwater and Lolo National Forests from Lookout Pass south to Lolo Pass and on south to Lost Trail Pass and the Rattlesnake Mountains North of Missoula.
Glacier Country (www.glaciermt.com) The Montana Travel Council's guide to visiting Western Montana (Missoula north through Glacier National Park.)