Hiking Trails Near Lincoln, MT
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Hiking Trails Near Lincoln, MT

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Lincoln has 16 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.2 to 29 miles in length. The most popular trails are Scapegoat Mountain, Pinkham Falls and Cigarette Rock. Trails.com member Ashlynn G. recently completed Pinkham Falls. See all Lincoln trails.
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Lower West Fork Yaak Falls is a scenic destination for a short, family hike. Stroll peacefully ...
This trail offers a taste of what the Scapegoat Wilderness looked like before the Canyon ...
Pinkham Falls is a favorite of Eureka locals, but overuse has resulted in braids of eroded ...
Kootenai Falls has the lowest elevation of any major waterfall in Montana. Being one of ...
Ross Creek is located near Bull Lake in the Cabinet Mountains south of Troy. The hike ...
Baree Creek Falls gives you, on a much larger scale, the style of picturesque waterfall ...
The hike to Leigh Creek Falls and beyond is steep and strenuous but the payoff is enormous. ...
Located in the eastern Purcell Mountains just west of Lake Koocanusa, Little North Fork ...
The best way to approach Yaak Falls is along a small path leaving the campground. The ...
Geologists and rock lovers in general will love exploring the base of Upper West Fork ...
This trail provides a side trip for travelers in the upper valley of Straight Creek. It ...
This trail is the showpiece of the Scapegoat Wilderness and travels the alpine fields ...
This trail provides a moderate day hike through the Dearborn River Canyon, and also serves ...
This valley-bottom route, also known as the “Mainline” trail, connects the North Fork ...
This popular trail follows the flat basin of the Dry Fork of the Blackfoot River. As the ...
This upper portion of the Hobnail Tom Trail offers a rigorous route that follows the southern ...
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