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National Forest Campground Bear Creek Pass Trailhead
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Bear Creek Pass Trailhead is located in Bitterroot National Forest at an elevation of 6500 feet. There are numerous trails to access the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. The most heavily used is the #613 trail which leads to the Bear Lakes and accesses trail #128 to Fish Lake. Facilities include a vault toilet, hitching rails, and dispersed camping. Right along the Montana-Idaho border, this is a primitive camping area used primarily by horseback riders and packers. Please limit your stay to 14 days.
Darby, MT 59829
CONTACT 406-821-3913
FAX 406-821-4264
SEASON July - October
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Travel 7 miles north of Darby on US Highway 93, then west 18 miles on Lost Horse Road/Forest Service Road 429. Travel on Road 429 is rough because of potholes and rocks. High clearance vehicles recommended.
SERVICES Campsite Pets Allowed Toilets Trail
ACTIVITIES Camping Hiking Horseback Riding Picnicking RV Camping Tent Camping

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