Fourth of July Trail - Libby

Fourth of July Trail (115) is located in lodgepole forest for most of its distance, and it crosses the creek twice. The trail gives access to the Geiger Lakes basin. There is a stock ramp at the trailhead. No motorized vehicles are permitted on this trail, and no vehicles are allowed within the wilderness boundary.

Length: 2.9 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

Use: Light

Trail Begins: Branagan Road 2332; elevation: 3800 ft.

Trail Ends: Lake Creek Trail 656; elevation 5200 ft.

Area Map: Kootenai National Forest Visitors Map

USGS Map: Howard Lake

Township 26N; Range 30W; Section 6

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

From Libby, travel south 26 miles on US Highway 2. Turn right onto West Fisher Road 231 and follow for approximately 6 miles to the junction with the Lake Creek road. Turn left and follow 1 mile to the Lake Creek Campground-Bramlet Lake Junction. Turn right and travel 1 mile to the trailhead which is located on the left as the road switches back to the right.

Season
Spring - Fall

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Trail

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