Baker Lake Trail - Darby

Baker Lake Trail (234) is relatively steep, but it is an easy and quick access to Baker Lake. Its primary use is by day hikers and hunters and it is not recommended for stock use. This trail is not well defined, but the lake can be reached with adequate map reading. Depending on the route one chooses, openings along the trail offer excellent views of Trapper peak and the Bitterroot Valley.Length: 1.5 miles. Moderate difficulty, heavy use.Trail Begins: Forest Road 5634Trail Ends: Baker LakeArea Map: Bitterroot National Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Burnt RidgeTownship 2N; Range 21W; Section 30

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

Travel 4 miles south of Darby take the West Fork Road 473 for 7 miles to the Baker Lake Road 363. Go to the fork in the road and take Road 5634 to the end.

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