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National Forest Trail Rierdon Gulch Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About Length: 8 miles Trail Begins: Forest Road 109 Trail Ends: Trail Junction 135 Rierdon Gulch Trail (126) is very scenic but is included in a cattle grazing allotment. Rierdon Gulch Trail is predominantly open and grassy with interspersed stands of aspen, lodgepole pine, Douglas-fir and scattered limber pine. A steep but scenic pass into Slim Gulch and the north fork of Deep Creek. Trail 1 is moderately easy in the open areas with short, more difficult pitches through the timbered areas. Obtain a copy of the Forest visitor's map to determine any travel restrictions. Area Map: Lewis and Clark (Rocky Mountain Division) USGS Map1: Ear Mountain Township 24N; Range 9W; Section 3
Choteau, MT 59422
CONTACT 406-466-5341
FAX 406-466-2237
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Take US Highway 89 north from Choteau 5 miles, turning west on the Teton River Road 144. Follow this road for about 18 miles before turning south to the South Fork Teton Road 109. Continue 8 miles to the trailhead. Park well off the road.
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Horseback Riding Nature Area Picnicking Sightseeing Walking Wildlife Viewing

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