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National Forest Trail Honeymoon Creek Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Honeymoon Creek Trail (469) goes through steep timbered terrain, leading to sub-alpine area and lakes. It is also an access to Cube Iron - Mt. Silcox Roadless Area trail network. All these trails are designated non-motorized. Length: 5.5 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 7657 Trail Ends: Junction of Trail 450 Area Map: Lolo Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Thompson Falls15' USGS Map2: Prisciilla Peak Township 22N; Range 28W; Section 17
Contact
MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 429
Plains, MT 59859
CONTACT 406-826-3821
FAX 406-826-4358
Details
SEASON Open all year, weather permitting. Closed to motorized use.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take the Thompson River Road 556 to the north off of State Highway 200, approximately 5 miles east of Thompson Falls, Montana. After approximately 7 miles turn left on Forest Road 603 and proceed up the West Fork of the Thompson River approximately 1.5 miles to the junction with the Liver Ridge Road, Forest Road 7657. Follow Road 7657 approximately 1 mile to Honeymoon Creek. The trail start near the creek crossing.
SERVICES Trail
ACTIVITIES Backcountry Camping Bird Watching Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Wildlife Viewing

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