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National Forest Trail Ann Arbor Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Ann Arbor Trail (195) is a steep trail with some good views. It's suitable for hikers and backpackers. Length: 3.0 miles Trail Begins: Forest road 342 Trail Ends: Dry Creek Divide Trail 203 Area Map: Lolo Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Illinois Peak 15', Montana-Idaho Township 17N; Range 28W; Section 35
Contact
MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 460
Superior, MT 59872
CONTACT 406-822-4233
FAX 406-892-3903
Details
SEASON Closes if there is snow.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take I-90 to the Superior Exit 47. Go 4.9 miles on the south side frontage road to Dry Creek Road 342. Go 8 miles southwest on Dry Creek Road to Ann Arbor Trailhead. A hiker sign and arrow designate the trialhead.
SERVICES Trail
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Wildlife Viewing

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