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Gipsy Lake Trail

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Gipsy Lake Trail offers spectacular scenery and fishing along with camping is abundant on this trail. If you enjoy fishing, there are Hidden, Edith, Grace and Upper Baldy lakes. At the trailhead, there is an undeveloped campground. You will need hiking boots and carry water on this trail. The trail can be used all year. Length: 7.5 miles. Medium use, moderate difficulty. Trail Begins: Trailhead at Gypsy Lake Trail Ends: Trail Junction 149 Area Map: Helena Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Mount Edith USGS Map2: Helena National Forest Visitor Map Township 9N; Range 4E; Section 34
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Mailing Address
Helena National Forest
415 South Front
Townsend, MT 59644
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All Year
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Special Directions

Travel east from Townsend on US Highway 12 approximately 2 miles, then north on State Highway 284 approximately 10 miles to Duck Creek Road, then east approximately 14 miles to the junction with the road to Gipsy Lake, then 3 miles to the trailhead.

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