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The Best Camping in Roscoe

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Top camping spots in and near Roscoe

  • Roscoe, Montana

    Phantom Creek Trail #17

    9.71 mi / 3360 ft gain
    Phantom Creek Trail #17 is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Roscoe, Montana.
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  • Roscoe, Montana

    Sylvan Lake Trail

    11.72 mi / 4226 ft gain
    Sylvan Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Roscoe, Montana.
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  • Roscoe, Montana

    Backpack to Rainbow Lake via the East Rosebud Trail

    3.0
    16 mi / 1600 ft gain
    Also known as "The Beaten Path", the East Rosebud Trail is a highly traveled and well maintained trail with amazing views and a handful of lakes along the route. The trail is ultimately 26 miles long and places you near Cooke City. Rainbow Lake is located 7 miles from the trailhead and is a perfe...
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  • Roscoe, Montana

    Backpack Granite Peak

    5.0
    14 mi
    There are a few ways to approach Granite Peak. The most popular route is the Mystic Lake trail in West Rosebud. It lies primarily on opinion as to which route is the best, easiest, or most scenic. I chose to start at the Phantom Creek trailhead in the East Rosebud Valley. You will follow this tra...
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  • Roscoe, Montana

    Backpack to the Beartooths

    5.0
    14 mi / 7620 ft gain
    We stood there, against the wind, looking at 3-4 pitches. The line appeared too good to be true. It was a bit of an ice pitch, followed by a snow coliour, finishing with a pitch of mixed climbing that would take us to the top.I'd heard things about The Beartooths. But, they weren’t validated unti...
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  • Roscoe, Montana

    East Rosebud Trail to Elk Lake

    6.6 mi / 784 ft gain
    East Rosebud Trail to Elk Lake is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Roscoe, Montana.
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  • Red Lodge, Montana

    Westfork to East Rosebud Lake

    15.38 mi / 3497 ft gain
    Westfork to East Rosebud Lake is a point-to-point trail where you may see local wildlife located near Red Lodge, Montana.
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  • Fishtail, Montana

    Mystic Lake Trail

    5.73 mi / 1155 ft gain
    Mystic Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Roscoe, Montana.
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  • Fishtail, Montana

    Backpack the Beartooths via the West Rosebud Trail

    22.69 mi / 6795 ft gain
    The West Rosebud Trail functions as one of the major routes to Granite Peak, the highest point in Montana. The trailhead (6,558') is located approximately 80 miles south of Billings in the Beartooth Absaroka Wilderness. The road to the trail passes Emerald and West Rosebud Lakes just before arriv...
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  • Fishtail, Montana

    Island Lake Trail

    10.66 mi / 1690 ft gain
    Island Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Fishtail, Montana.
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  • Red Lodge, Montana

    Keyser Brown Lake

    13.02 mi / 1654 ft gain
    Keyser Brown Lake is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Red Lodge, Montana.
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  • Red Lodge, Montana

    Beartrack Trail to Silver Run Plateau

    18.5 mi / 4642 ft gain
    Beartrack Trail to Silver Run Plateau is an out-and-back trail where you may see local wildlife located near Red Lodge, Montana.
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  • Red Lodge, Montana

    Hellroaring Plateau Trail

    18.69 mi / 3865 ft gain
    Hellroaring Plateau Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Red Lodge, Montana.
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  • Red Lodge, Montana

    West Fork - Lake Fork of Rock Creek Trail

    19 mi
    Start out at the West Fork trailhead west of Red Lodge and begin on an epic backpacking trip. This trek can easily be done anywhere from 2-5 days depending on ability and whether or not you want to take your time. Camp first at Quinnebaugh Meadows, a large meadow with great views of the Beartoot...
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  • Park County, Montana

    Backpack the Aero Lakes to Granite Peak

    26 mi / 6200 ft gain
    Granite Peak is considered one of the most difficult state high-points, for its remoteness and its climbing challenge.  Unfortunately, the access to this route is very remote.  Fortunately, this route to the summer is the easiest way up in terms of the technical climbing challenge.  This route, k...
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  • Cooke City-Silver Gate, Montana

    Vernon Lake Trail

    5.43 mi / 801 ft gain
    Vernon Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Cooke City, Montana.
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