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National Forest Trail Dry Creek Divide Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About There are a few stretches of steep grade that make Dry Creek Divide Trail (203) a moderate to difficult hike. There are good views of the Clark Fork River Valley from the higher parts of the trail. Length: 11.0 miles. Moderate to high difficulty. Trail Begins: Clark Fork frontage road, three miles east of St Regis Trail Ends: Sunset Saddle Road 3814 Area Map: Lolo Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: St. Regis USGS Map2: Illinois Peak, Montana - Idaho Township 17N; Range 27W; Section 5
Superior, MT 59872
CONTACT 406-822-4233
FAX 406-892-3903
SEASON Closes if there is snow.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take I-90 to Superior Exit 47. Next, travel west on Frontage Road 69 (south side of freeway), then go 4.9 miles to Dry Creek Road 342, and then go 15.4 miles on 342 to Sunset Creek Road 3814. Signs mark the way down 3814 for 0.5 mile.
ACTIVITIES Backcountry Camping Camping Fishing Fly Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Photography Wildlife Viewing

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