120 Hickory Street
Missoula, MT 59801
Exhibit of the floods story including short videos on several features on iPads and a display on the life of J.T. Pardee, who lived in this area. Other exhibits at this location focus on the flora, fauna, geology, and ecology of Montana. Interactive features for school age children are emphasized.
Comprises 12 chapters focused on features all along the flood path. The website is a comprehensive guide to information on field trips and activities for each chapter, recent research, references to books and guides, and an interactive map with photos and short description for hundreds of flood features in the four state area.
Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail
(last letter is an "L")
This network of routes to visit numerous flood features under private or state control is managed by the National Park Service and continues to be developed. Information on Places To Go (parks) and Things To Do (museums) is available on the website.
Glacial Lake Missoula Chapter
Ice Age Floods Institute
The Missoula chapter works with other organizations to promote awareness of the ice age floods and their lasting impact in the area from the impoundment of the Clark Fork River near Sandpoint, Idaho, to the furthest extent of the flood waters almost to Polson, Darby, Drummond, and Ovando. For questions about this website or to sign up for our field trip/event list, please contact us by email.