Bear Creek Pass Trailhead - Darby

Bear Creek Pass Trailhead is located in Bitterroot National Forest at an elevation of 6500 feet. There are numerous trails to access the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. The most heavily used is the #613 trail which leads to the Bear Lakes and accesses trail #128 to Fish Lake. Facilities include a vault toilet, hitching rails, and dispersed camping. Right along the Montana-Idaho border, this is a primitive camping area used primarily by horseback riders and packers. Please limit your stay to 14 days.

http://www.fs.usda.gov/bitterroot


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Phone: 406-821-3913
Fax: 406-821-4264

Travel 7 miles north of Darby on US Highway 93, then west 18 miles on Lost Horse Road/Forest Service Road 429. Travel on Road 429 is rough because of potholes and rocks. High clearance vehicles recommended.

Season
July - October

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Campsite, Pets Allowed, Toilets, Trail

Camping, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Picnicking, RV Camping, Tent Camping