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National Forest Trail North Fork Teton River Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Length: 17.9 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 144 Trail Ends: Junction trail 105 The North Fork Teton Trail (107) heads toward the West Fork Station and passes through the narrow and winding walls of Box Canyon. The steep lower slopes mantled with a forest covering of Douglas-fir give way to high rocky walls and peaks streaked with scree and talus slopes on both sides of the canyon. The main consideration in riding the trail is that it crosses the North Fork of the Teton several times. In early spring the river may be flowing too high and fast to be crossed. Obtain a Forest Visitor's map to determine any travel restrictions. Area Map: Lewis and Clark (RockyMountain Division) USGS Map1: Mount Wright USGS Map2: Walling Reef Township 25N; Range 9W; Section 16
Choteau, MT 59422
CONTACT 406-466-5341
FAX 406-466-2237
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take Highway 89 north from Choteau 5 miles turning west on the Teton River Road 144 for 27 miles to the North Fork Teton Trail. The sign is below the bridge crossing the North Fork Teton and the trail leads downstream. Parking is available nearby.
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Horseback Riding Nature Area Picnicking Sightseeing Walking Wildlife Viewing

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