Oldman Lake Trail - Glacier National Park

Oldman Lake Trail follows the north side of Two Medicine Campground. The trail junctions at 3.3 miles leading to Twin falls and the south shore trail. Stay right for Dawson Pass. At 4.8 miles junction with trail to No Name Lake and campground (0.2 mile), stay right for Dawson Pass. Trail then ascends steeply to Dawson Pass. At mile 6.7, you will reach Dawson Pass, trail runs north, following the west face of the Continental Divide. At 9.9 miles you will reach the Cut Bank Pass, junction with trail Nyack Creek, stay right for Pitamakan Pass. At mile 10, you will reach Pitamakan Pass, then junction with the trail down Cut Bank Creek. Stay right for Oldman Lake and Two Medicine Campground. Trail descends steeply to Oldman Lake (at mile 12). At mile 16.4 junction with Dry Fork trail, and stay right for Two Medicine campground. The trail then turns south to Two Medicine Campground.

Length: 5.7 miles

Trail Begins: North Shore Trailhead

Trail Ends: Oldman Lake

USGS Map1: Park Map

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The Oldman Lake Trail can be accessed by starting at the Two Medicine north shore trailhead.

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