Flagstaff Mountain Trail - Libby

Flagstaff Mountain Trail (43) is an excellent, relatively easy hike for the family. The trail winds through grassy meadows and follows a gentle ridge to the summit of Flagstaff Mountain. Geologic forms visible from the summit include the Selkirk Mountains of Idaho, the Purcell and Cabinet Mountains of Montana, and the Kootenai Valley. No motorized vehicles are allowed.

Length: 2 miles. Light use, low difficulty.

Trail Begins: Road 4690

Trail Ends: Flagstaff Mountain

Area Map: Libby Ranger District Access Map

USGS Map1: Horse Mountain, Fisher Mountain

Township 31N; Range 32W; Section 3

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Phone: 406-293-7773
Fax: 406-283-7531

From Libby, travel 0.5 mile north on Highway 37. Turn left on River Road and travel 4 miles to Quartz Creek Road 500 and follow for 5 miles. Turn left on the West Fork road until it ends at a 'T' junction just after crossing the West Fork of Quartz Creek. Turn left and follow to Road 4690, approximately 7.3 miles.

Season
Spring - Fall

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Trail

Bird Watching, Hiking, Photography, Picnicking, Sightseeing, Wildlife Viewing