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Featured City Plains

Surrounded by the Cabinet Mountains to the north, the Bitterroots on the west, and the Mission Range on the east, Plains does not get a lot of snow so there were a lot of wild horses in the area and local Native Americans would winter their horses there to feed on the grasses in the valley.

Plains was established in 1883 as a Northern Pacific Railroad station and known as Horse Plains and sometimes called Wild Horse Plains, the name was later shortened to Plains.

It is located in the Lolo National Forest with the Clark Fork River flowing through it.

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