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Clark's Lookout State Park is a day-use-only site memorializing a stone outcrop over the Beaverhead River where the Lewis and Clark expedition's Captain William Clark, lagging behind a party led by Meriwether Lewis, climbed the prominence to scout the way ahead.

The site offers vehicle access to a parking lot, from which walkers can take a trail to the top, gaining a panoramic view of the Beaverhead Valley and an interpretive monument showing the compass readings Clark took from the overlook in 1805.

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