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TopicsCategory: "Hamilton Montana Facts and Information"
- Mohair Production

- Average Ages In Hamilton

- Hamilton Montana Income levels

- Hamilton Geographical Info

- Local Wilderness & Fishing

- Bitterroot River Runs Through It

- Hamilton is in the Bitterroot Valley

- Hamilton Location

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Mohair Production106/15 21:39
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Hamilton Geographical Info106/7 15:33
Hamilton Geographical Location

Hamilton is located at 46°14'54?N, 114°9'35?W (46.248412, -114.159852)GR1.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of
6.0 km² (2.3 mi²), all land.


Hamilton Montana Income levels106/7 15:32
Hamilton Income Levels

The median income

for a household in the city was $22,013

for a family was $30,665

for Males $25,795

for females $22,138 for females.

The per capita income for the city was $14,689.

Number of families below the poverty Line: 14.3%

Number of individuals below poverty line: 17.8%

Number under age 18 below poverty line:

Number over age of 65 below poverty line: 28.4%


Average Ages In Hamilton106/7 15:32
Ages in the Hamilton City Population:

20.2% under the age of 18

6.8% from 18 to 24

24.0% from 25 to 44

20.6% from 45 to 64

28.3% who were 65 years of age or older

median age was 44 years.

If you are looking for a date, it is best to be a guy! The census found that for
every 100 females in Hamilton there were 82.2 males. For every 100 females age
18 and over, there were 74.9 males.


Local Wilderness & Fishing106/7 15:28
Wilderness Area

The Bitterroot National Forest is a spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in southwestern Montana and Idaho. Half of the Bitterroot National Forest is composed of the protected Selway Bitterroot, Frank church River of No Return, and the Anaconda Pintler wilderness areas. These highly glaciated and rugged peaks are popular hiking, hunting and fishing grounds filled with elk, deer, moose, bear, and numerous smaller species.

Fishing and Hunting
The Hamilton Montana area boasts some of the best hunting and fishing areas in the world (or so we like to think). There is easy access out of Hamilton into miles of trails filled with big game, and ripe with fish.


Bitterroot River Runs Through It106/7 15:27
Bitterroot River

The Bitterroot River gained its first fame as a primary location in the book "A River Runs Through It"by Norman Maclean: a haunting tale of family and fly fishing.

Fly fishing is still a popular sport along the Bitterroot River, as well as numerous other streams in the area. Boating and kayaking are also often regularly enjoyed on the Bitterroot River.


Hamilton is in the Bitterroot Valley106/7 15:26
Bitterroot Valley

The Bitterroot Valley is a wide open valley drained by the Bitterroot river. It starts up near Lost Trail Pass (Connecting Montana and Idaho) and comes down through Sula, Darby, Hamilton, Corvallis, Victor, Stevensville and Florence, Montana, ending with Missoula Montana.

The Bitterroot National Forest manages much of the mountainous lands on either side of the valley. One of the most beautiful features of the valley is the view of Blodgett Canyon to the west of Hamilton. These awesome cliffs are a sight to see as they catch the early sun on a clear day.

The Bitterroot Valley is named after a delicate flower which grows in the valley and was a staple food of the local native tribes. Another, still popular, edible local plant is the morels mushroom which sends crowds of happy morels addicts out into the woods each spring in gathering hunts.


Hamilton Location106/7 15:26
Hamilton Location

Located along US Highway 93 in south western Montana. Travelers coming into Hamilton will enter from the south after driving over beautiful Lost Trail Pass from Idaho. From Lost Trail Pass it is a beautiful drive through the Sula, and then Darby Montana.


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