Green Mountain Trail - Fortine

Green Mountain Trail (88) starts on a gentle grade, then becomes more difficult upon entering the Sinclair Creek drainage. From the ridgetop and into the Wigwam drainage, climbing becomes less difficult. Campsites are limited the first 4 miles, but upon entering Bluebird Basin there are numerous places to camp, particularly around Bluebird and Paradise Lakes. The trail leaving the basin makes a short steep climb to a ridge overlooking Bat Lake, and follows the ridgetop to the border.Length: 8.0 milesTrail Begins: Road 7077Trail Ends: US-Canada borderArea Map: Kootenai National Forest Visitors Map USGS Map1: Ksanka PeakTownship 36N, Range 26W, Section 10

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Phone: 406-296-2536
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From Eureka, travel south 3.5 miles on US Highway 93. Turn onto Glen Lake Road 7134 and follow for 2.5 miles. Keep right at Junction past Glen Lake, turn left at Lick Lake on Foothills Road 756, and travel for 2 miles. At Junction with Road 7077, turn left. Follow for approximately 2 miles and stop at the gate. There is adequate parking south of the closure.

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