Local ranchers in the area still use the "beaverslide", a hay stacking technique developed in the valley in the early 1900s. If you visit during the haying months of July and August, you may have an opportunity to see these "beaverslides" in action.
BANNACK STATE PARK - One of the finest preserved ghost towns in the West, with over 60 structures to explore. Founded in 1862, it was named as the first Territorial Capital of Montana.
Wisdom is within easy driving distance to three developed hot springs and soaking pools/tubs.
Big Hole Battlefield - A memorial to the people who fought and died in the 1877 conflict known as the Nez Perce War. The 655 acre park has 4 trails and visitor center with fully accessible exhibits.
CHIEF JOSEPH PASS - The northern most pass on the continental divide between Idaho and Montana. The pass sits at 7,241 feet at the Southern end of the Bitterroot Range with hiking and biking trails through wide open valleys and thick pine forest.