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National Forest Trail Elk Calf Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Length: 1.5 miles Trail Begins: Trail Junction 133 Trail Ends: Trail Junction 101 Elk Calf Trail (137) offers a scenic view of Glacier National Park. The Summit Cutoff Trail 133 climbs for 1.2 miles to the Two Medicine-Elk Calf Loop. The first portion of this trail is steep but usable. At the junction the decision must be made on which direction to proceed. If you plan to camp in the next two or three hours, take the two Medicine Trail 101.2 to better campsites on the creek. The Elk Calf Mountain Trail is not shown on the Summit topographic map. Area Map: Lewis and Clark (Rocky Mountain Division) USGS Map1: Summit Township 30N; Range 13W; Section 28
Choteau, MT 59422
CONTACT 406-466-5341
FAX 406-466-2237
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take Highway 2 west from East Glacier or east from Columbia Falls to the summit of Marias Pass on the Continental Divide, just south of Glacier National Park. The Summit Campground is located south of the highway and east of the Roosevelt Memorial. The trailhead is located at the east end of the campground. Parking is available nearby.
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Horseback Riding Nature Area Picnicking Sightseeing Walking Wildlife Viewing

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