Bitterroot National ForestCurrently Closed
- Timings: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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We were actually just passing through this part of the Bitterroot Range on the way to Idaho. Beautiful, warm sunny day. This was Lost Trail Pass. Quite high, winding, and took a long time to reach the summit from Montana side. Much faster coming back from Idaho side. We hit the first snow coming back. There is a Resort at summit plus Hot Springs. Nice area to explore if you have plenty of time. Go during the summer months.
We went to Shumaker Campground, although it was a good hour of dirt roads off of Highway 93. Camp sites were nice especially the ones along the lake , a lot of mosquitoes and some deer flies . The first trail hike we went on we went to the correct trailhead and followed the trail up there to where there was supposed to be a lake, and after three and a half miles there was no Lake... in general beautiful place.
Beautiful! But people drive WAY TO FAST getting to the trails. They need to remember that #1, they most likely are going through private property #2, there are people walking, biking and many have their dogs with them. #3, they are creating way to much dust. #4, they need to watch for wildlife on the roads. It's not all about you, people!!!!!!!
This was a great hike. The views are spectacular. There is plenty of stuff still alive, plus some very burnt areas that are really cool to see too. The first good place we found to camp was at the first lake, about 5 miles in. Past that is where you really start running into more burnt areas and the trail becomes harder to follow. There are pink markers and for the most part you can see the next one you go towards to stay on the trail from the one you are standing at. There were a couple that we had to do some looking for to stay on track, so just be aware of where you are in relation to the previous marker and you will be fine. Otherwise, just follow the streams back down to the lake if you get lost. There is a lot of suet up towards the second lakes, if you go up after it's been raining, or you are bear some streams, be very careful. It can be very slippery and soft. Well worth the hike, go do it! Pack it in, pack it out!
The winter trail at Gibbons Pass is a real success story for multi-use. The various users are always considerate of other users and accommodating. Several different clubs and agencies come together to ensure the trails are groomed and well marked and that the parking lot is clear. Only thing that would make it better would be a warming hut!