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A true backcountry trail with stream crossings, thick vegetation, and steeper climbing sections.


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Map Key

8.7

Miles

14.0

KM

Point to Point

6,743' 2,055 m

High

3,544' 1,080 m

Low

3,423' 1,043 m

Up

229' 70 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

73%

Max Grade (36°)

Dogs Off-leash

Features River/Creek · Views · Waterfall

Description

The Straight Creek Trail #99 begins at the junction with North Fork Fish Creek #103, with a mandatory crossing of the North Fork of Fish Creek and soon after a crossing of Straight Creek. Head up the Straight Creek Trail #99 which follow Straight Creek, crossing it several times throughout the hike.

The trail is in the trees for a while but the views start to open up when you reach the section of waterfalls. Near Chilcoot Pass, the trail becomes quite steep. Take a break at the pass and enjoy excellent views of the Great Burn high country.

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Shared By:

Aaron Baldwin

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#394

in Montana

#16,522

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