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National Forest Trail Crystal Lake Shoreline Loop Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Crystal Lake Shoreline Loop Trail (404) is very easy to hike, as it follows the shoreline of Crystal Lake and is almost level. The trail provides access to the entire shore with opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, fishing, picnicking, etc. The trail forms a 1.75 mile loop, and will bring you back to the starting place. There are 9 points of interest marked by wooden posts. Obtain a Forest Visitor's map for any travel restrictions. Foot or bicycle partially accessible. No horses or motorized traffic allowed. Length: 1.7 miles. High use. Trail Begins: Crystal Lake Campground Trail Ends: Forest Road 275 Area Map: Lewis and Clark (Jefferson Division) USGS Map1: Crystal Lake Township 12N; Range 17W; Section 13
Stanford, MT 59479
CONTACT 406-566-2292
FAX 406-566-2408
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Travel 9 miles west of Lewistown on US Highway 87, then 16 miles south on County Road, then 8.5 miles south on Forest Road 275.
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Nature Area Picnicking Sightseeing Walking Wildlife Viewing

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