Loma, Montana elevation 2751′.
Located in Choteau County, the small town lies at the confluence of the Marias and Missouri Rivers. With a population of fewer than 100 people, Loma is home to ‘Decision Point’, a historical landmark which marks the spot where Lewis and Clark made the decision to continue to follow the Missouri River south rather than follow the Marias River north in search of a waterway to the Pacific Ocean.
In town, you’ll find the Earth Science Museum that displays the town’s history with an array of gems, fossils, minerals, Native American artifacts and items from the railroad era.
A historical marker sits on a bluff overlooking the rivers, providing beautiful views of the confluence of the Marias and Missouri Rivers.