Wildlife watching at Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge

Two children looking at a herd of elk from the bed of a carriage in a snowy landscape with mountains in the background

If you enjoy getting outdoors and looking for wildlife, consider a visit to Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge! From birding to elk watching, from spotting huge moose or tiny mountain cottontail rabbits, wildlife observation is the most popular activity for refuge visitors. From every state and all parts of the globe, about 40 million people visit a National Wildlife Refuge each year. The majority visit for the chance to see different wildlife and bird species.