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    • Darby, Montana

      Backpack and Summit Trapper Peak

      4.0
      8.75 mi / 3327 ft gain
      From Darby, MT, follow MT 473 south for 4 miles to West Fork Bitterroot River Rd. A mile past the Job Corps, at milepost 7, turn right on FS 5634 (Baker Point Rd.). Follow this road 10 miles to the trailhead at about 7000 ft. The trail begins on a FS trail to Baker Lake. There are fish in Baker L...
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    • Darby, Montana

      Backpack to Little Rock Creek

      9 mi / 1780 ft gain
      Little Rock Creek is one of the Bitterroots' best kept secrets. In late spring, the glacier lilies are in full bloom, and sprinkle the valley floor. At that time of year, there may also be quite a bit of snow on the ground, which will require some bushwhacking to stay on the trail.Little Rock Cre...
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    • Lemhi County, Idaho

      Whitewater Raft the Main Salmon River

      5.0
      80 mi / -1000 ft gain
      The section of the Salmon River between Corn Creek and Carey Creek, known as the "Main" among boaters, flows through the second deepest canyon on the continent (only Hells Canyon is deeper).  The Main is one of the best all around river trips in the west and offers a spectacular road-less wildern...
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    • Anaconda, Montana

      Hike the Johnson Lake Loop

      16 mi / 3160 ft gain
      Day 1: After pulling into the Middle Fork parking lot, there will be two trailheads. Sign in at either one, but I started at TH 28 to head directly to Johnson Lake. A gradual climb passes beautiful waterfalls and recovering burn scars dotted with flowers. To Johnson Lake is 5.2 miles with an ele...
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    • Anaconda, Montana

      Backpack the Warren Pass Loop

      12 mi / 2000 ft gain
      Often overlooked due not to its lack of scenery, but rather because of its proximity to both Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness in southwest Montana is a haven for hikers and backpackers seeking a true wilderness experience. Established in 1964, the area strad...
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    • Kooskia, Idaho

      Whitewater Raft the Selway River

      47 mi / -1128 ft gain
      The Selway is one of the original eight Wild and Scenic Rivers designated in 1968.  This section of water is run by both private boaters as well as commercial outfitters, and is regulated by a strict permit system that only allows one group to launch per day.  This leads to a feeling of solitude ...
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    • Salmon, Idaho

      Backpack the Bighorn Crags

      22 mi
      The Bighorn Crags are a fantastic grouping of granite peaks and alpine lakes in central Idaho. They are also the crown jewel of the huge Frank Church – River of No Return Wilderness, which is the largest contiguous wilderness in the lower 48. The area is almost a secret because of the time it tak...
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    • Wise River, Montana

      Hike to Lower and Upper Seymour Lakes

      5.0
      12 mi
      There are so many wilderness areas to choose from in Montana, it can be quite overwhelming. But try this on for size: the Pintlers are essentially Glacier National Park, without the people. Not only does it traverse the CDT, but chances are you won't see a lot of people, if any, on your adventure...
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    • Hamilton, Montana

      Hike Blodgett Canyon Overlook

      4.7
      3 mi / 400 ft gain
      The drive up forest service road 735 can be a little sketchy. Caution is advised during winter months or if the road is wet or muddy. The road dead ends at the Canyon Creek/Blodgett Overlook trailhead. There is ample parking space and an outhouse. Begin on the Canyon Creek trail and hang a rig...
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    • Salmon, Idaho

      Goldbug Hot Springs

      4.6
      3.54 mi / 1350 ft gain
      Reaching the Goldbug Hot Springs trailhead is pretty straightforward. It is located South of Salmon, Idaho and north of Challis, Idaho. The turnoff is near mile marker 282 on highway 93. This turns into a short dirt road (heading east) with a trailhead at the end; wooden fences and a restroom wil...
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    Camping and Lodging in Gibbonsville

    Twin Creek Campground Group Camping Site
    Gibbonsville, Idaho

    Twin Creek Campground Group Camping Site

    Gordon Reese Cabin
    Sula, Montana

    Gordon Reese Cabin

    Hogan Cabin
    Sula, Montana

    Hogan Cabin

    Indian Trees Campground
    Sula, Montana

    Indian Trees Campground

    Alta Campground
    Darby, Montana

    Alta Campground

    Medicine Point Lookout
    Conner, Montana

    Medicine Point Lookout