Fourteen Mile Creek Trail
ElevationAscent: 198' 60 m
Descent: -3,610' -1,100 m
High: 6,588' 2,008 m
Low: 2,994' 913 m
GradeAvg Grade: 15% (9°)
Max Grade: 77% (38°)
“A steep route that descends to the Clark Fork Valley from Patrick's Knob.”— Leslie Kehmeier
The trail starts with moderate grades as it follows a ridgeline southeast below the peak of Patrick's Knob. The views are spectacular.
Just before half-way, the route wraps around the nose of a slope and then quickly traverses a saddle before dropping into the top of the Fourteen Mile Creek drainage. From here, the grade steepens until the lower reaches of the trail.
There are a couple of tight switchbacks before the route finishes at a dirt road on the north side of the Clark River.
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Land Manager: USFS - Lolo National Forest Office