Montana's Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, affectionately known as The Bob, is located in Northwestern Montana, covering both sides of the continental divide.  The third largest wilderness in the lower 48, The Bob is made up of three separate wilderness areas: The Bob Marshall Wilderness, established in 1964; The Scapegoat Wilderness, established in 1972; and the Great Bear Wilderness, established in 1978.

Home to grizzly bear, lynx, wolverine, deer, elk, gray wolf, moose, black bear, mountain lion, mountain goat, and mountain sheep the landscapes of The Bob include rugged ridge tops, gently sloping alpine meadows, thickly forested river bottoms and open grass parks. 

The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex is a federally designated wilderness area managed by the US Forest Service