Beaver Meadows WSA
The Beaver Meadows is composed of the rugged eastern cliff face of Steamboat Mountain. Thick stands of Douglas fir cover most of the remainder of the area. Elevations range from 5,440 feet on the eastern border to 7,680 feet near the top of Steamboat Mountain. Geologic features of scenic and educational value are present on the east face of Steamboat Mountain. Wildlife include: mule and whitetail deer, bighorn sheep, and grizzly bears.
The Beaver Meadows is located approximately 15 miles southwest of Augusta, Montana. Access is by long and difficult cross country hiking from adjoining National Forest lands. Beaver Meadows is located at T18N, R7W Section 30.