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National Forest Trail Knox Creek Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Knox Creek Trail (571) is a non-motorized trail used primarily for fall hunter access. It goes through steep brushy terrain to the top of the divide between the Clark Fork and St. Regis river valleys. There is a stockramp and a hitchrail at the trailhead. Length: 4.2 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 352, the trailhead is signed Trail Ends: Forest Road 378 (Knox Pass) Area Map: Lolo Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Thompson Falls 15' USGS Map2: Haugan 15' Township 20N; Range 29W; Section 6
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 vehicles December 1 - May 15.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS The trailhead is signed off of the Thompson-Henderson Road, Forest Road 352, approximately 5 miles south of Thompson Falls, Montana. Recommend acquiring a Lolo Forest Visitors Map.
SERVICES Trail
ACTIVITIES Backcountry Camping Bird Watching Hiking Horseback Riding Wildlife Viewing

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