Trapper Peak Trail - Darby

Trapper Peak Trail (133) is maintained every two years. Difficult, steep trail that gets moderate to high use. The climb to Trapper Peak, the highest peak in the Bitterroot Range at 10,157 feet, is a steep, strenuous hike. Beyond the wilderness boundary the trail becomes indistinguishable, but is marked by cairns. It is necessary to pack water as there is none along the trail. Trapper Peak Trail is unsuitable for stock use. The view from Trapper Peak encompasses much of west-central Montana and central Idaho.

Trail Begins: Forest Road 5630A

Trail Ends: Trapper Peak

Area Map: Bitterroot National Forest Visitors Map

USGS Map1: Boulder Peak

USGS Map2: Trapper Peak

Township 1N; Range 21W; Section 7

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


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Phone: 406-821-3269
Fax: 406-821-1211

Four miles south of Darby, take the West Fork Road 473 for 11 miles to Trapper Peak Road 5630. The trailhead is at the end of the road 6.5 miles.

Season
Summer - Fall

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Trail

Bird Watching, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Nature Area, Picnicking, Sightseeing, Walking, Wildlife Viewing