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National Forest Trail Missoula Lake Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Missoula Lake Trail (108) is an alpine lake in a classic cirque basin. The Montana/Idaho State Line Divide dominates the scenery to the West. There are lots of camping sites. Rainbow trout in the lake, but hard to catch. Length: 0.3 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 302 Trail Ends: Missoula Lake Area Map: Lolo Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Illinois Peak, Montana - Idaho Township 15N; Range 28W; Section 15
Superior, MT 59872
CONTACT 406-822-4233
FAX 406-892-3903
SEASON Summer - Fall
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS From the Superior Exit on I-90, take the frontage road on the south side, south. Proceed 1.4 miles to Cedar Creek Road. Turn south again and continue up for 23.6 miles to Missoula Lake. There is a half mile dirt road that goes near the lake. Further up the road is a larger camping area with anther trailhead. Both access the lake.
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Fishing Hiking Hunting Motorcycling Mountain Biking Nature Area Photography Picnicking Tent Camping Walking Wildlife Viewing

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