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National Forest Trail West Fork West Boulder Trail
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About West Fork West Boulder Trail (143) is a 2.3 mile spur trail that starts at its junction with West Boulder Trail 41 about 13 miles south of West Boulder Trailhead. It travels southwest mainly through timber to open meadows. Can be used to access to high elevation mountain peaks and small lakes. Used during the hunting season. Length: 16.1 miles. Wilderness, fair condition, moderate difficulty, low use. Trail Begins: Trail 41 Trail Ends: Section 14, T 5S, R 10E Area Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Mount Cowen Township 5S; Range 10E; Section 7
MAILING ADDRESS 5242 Highway 89 South
Livingston, MT 59047
CONTACT 406-222-1892
FAX 406-932-5777
SEASON Access may be limited in the spring, fall and winter due to snow.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS West Fork Boulder Trail is located 16 miles south of Big Timber on Highway 298, then 6.5 miles southwest on Swingley Road, then 8 miles southwest on West Boulder Road.
ACTIVITIES Antelope Hunting Backcountry Camping Bear Hunting Big Game Bird Hunting Bird Watching Bow Hunting Camping Deer Hunting Elk Hunting Fishing Fly Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Nature Area Photography Picnicking River Fishing Sightseeing Tent Camping Walking Wildlife Viewing

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