Now that you’ve expressed some of your deeper feelings through the cathartic destruction of clay targets, you probably want to do something a little less...extreme. That said, I’m guessing you don’t want to read a book. How about something in the middle?
We recommend heading back to Big Fork. On Highway 35, just South of town, you’ll find a concrete bridge spanning the spot where the Swan River enters Flathead Lake. Nearby, you’ll find a parking lot.
Do you see where this is going?
Park your trusty steed, grab a towel and some snacks, and walk back toward the bridge. Now you definitely see where this is going. Leave your stuff down by the water and hike back up...and finally, make your way to the middle point of the bridge.
Yes, I’m telling you to go bridge jumping. This is a great spot to try it out, especially if you’ve never done it. The jump isn’t more than 25 feet, and the water below is verifiably at least 25 feet deep. As far as bridge jumps go, this is one of the safest I’ve ever found. Take a deep breath and take the plunge!