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About Twogood Cabin is a rustic cabin located on Porcupine Creek. The cabin measures 15x19 feet with a concrete floor and covered porch. The cabin is one room with two bunk beds, a table and chairs for four, a counter with cupboards, and a propane two burner stove. There is a wood stove for heat, firewood is provided. Pots, pans, plates and utensils are provided. You will need to provide your own bedding and towels. There are lanterns for light, but you will need to bring your own propane canisters, which you will also need for the propane cook stove. Porcupine Creek is the sole source of drinking water for you and your stock. It is recommended to use a water purifier or boil the water before drinking as beaver ponds can be found upstream of the cabin. An outdoor toilet serves the cabin, bring your own toilet paper. Two hitch rails for stock are located within sight of the cabin and will accommodate up to 12 head of stock. Grazing within one mile of the cabin is prohibited. Feed for stock must be certified weed free. Call the Sula Ranger Station at (406)821-3201 one week ahead of your arrival for the current lock combination and for road, trail, and weather conditions. Twogood Cabin is a range line cabin built in 1952. Access via a 6 mile hike or ride up Trail 103. Winter access may require 9 miles of travel with skis or snowshoes. Trails that access the cabin are open to hiking, horseback riding, mountain bikes, and motorcycles. ATVs are not allowed as they exceed the width of the trail.
Darby, MT 59829
CONTACT 406-821-3913
FAX 406-821-4264
SEASON 6/1 - 10/15 12/1 - 12/31
HOURS Check-in: 2:00pm Check-out: 12:00pm
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Starting from Missoula Montana, go south on Highway 93 to Medicine Creek Road #370, which is approximately 36 miles south of Hamilton. Turn right on Medicine Creek Road and travel approximately four miles to the trailhead, which is located at Crazy Creek Campground. The hike from the trailhead is an easy six mile hike. The trail travels along Warm Springs Creek to 'Three Forks' (where three creeks come together) then one mile up Porcupine Creek to the cabin.
SERVICES Pets Allowed Toilets

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