Billy Creek WSA
Billy Creek WSA contains three deep coulees in rugged topography. Ridge tops and creek bottoms contain moderate stands of ponderosa pine and juniper. Elk, deer, hawks, owls, and a variety of songbirds find their home in this landscape. Steep slopes expose geological layers millions of years in age.
The Billy Creek WSA is in Garfield County, approximately 30 miles northwest of Jordan, Montana. The only public access to the WSA is by hiking cross country considerable miles across the adjacent Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge on the north side.
Rain or snow limits the effective season of use in WSA and drinkable water is unavailable. Rattlesnakes are common in the area and steep cliffs present hazards to the unwary visitor. There are no marked foot trails in this WSA.