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White Sulphur Springs, Montana

Kings Hill Pass Trail

5.9 Miles Total - 1800 ft gain -

Originally added by Chris Engelsman

A lightly trafficked trail in the Little Belt Mountains south of Great Falls, MT.

The Kings Hill Pass Trail is located off Highway 89 in the Little Belt Mountains of the Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest. Kings Hill is considered a scenic byway and climbs to an elevation just over 7,200 feet at the pass. 

Kings Hill Pass Trail is considered a more difficult trail and sees little traffic. The trail is available for activities all year long. In the winter you can snowshoe or alpine tour for fresh powder with your skis or snowboard. 

At 5.9 miles long and 1,800 feet of elevation gain, this trail provides excellent views of the Little Belt Mountains. 

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