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Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Davis Creek Trail (38) begins at West Boulder Trailhead, crosses the trail bridge at West Boulder Ranger Station, switch-backs through Forest Service horse pasture, and traverses 1/4 mile of private land. The trail continues, paralleling Davis Creek, through intermittent timber and open meadows to Deep Creek Divide. Panoramic views of Paradise Valley from the Divide. Visitors may encounter cattle on the lower section during the grazing season, which runs from July to September. Length: 10.6 miles. Wilderness, moderate difficulty, medium use. Trail Begins: West Boulder Station Trail Ends: District boundary Area Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Mount Rae USGS Map2: Livingston Peak Township 3S; Range 11E; Section 25
MAILING ADDRESS 5242 Highway 89 South
Livingston, MT 59047
CONTACT 406-222-1892
FAX 406-932-5777
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Davis Creek Trail is located 16 miles south of Big Timber on US Highway 298, then 6.5 miles southwest on County Road 30, then 8 miles southwest on West Boulder Road.
ACTIVITIES Backcountry Camping Bear Hunting Big Game Bird Hunting Bird Watching Bow Hunting Camping Deer Hunting Elk Hunting Hiking Hunting Nature Area Photography Picnicking Sightseeing Tent Camping Walking Wildlife Viewing

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