Backpacking Trails Near Swan Lake, MT
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Backpacking Trails Near Swan Lake, MT

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Swan Lake has 20 backpacking trails. These trails range from 5.4 to 47.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Sunburst Lake, The Swan Crest Trail and Hall Lake. Trails.com member Lynn K. recently completed The Swan Crest Trail. See all Swan Lake trails.
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Gordon Pass is one of the easiest routes over the Swan Range and into the wilderness beyond. ...
The Hall Lake Trail provides a trip toward the crest of the Swan Range, to a high subalpine ...
The Swan Crest hike runs the length of the northern Swan Range, from Inspiration Point ...
This trail provides an overnight trip of only moderate difficulty to spectacular Sunburst ...
The Necklace Lakes are a series of subalpine tarns that lie in a wide, rocky basin, surrounded ...
This trail features a long valley-bottom hike through a forest of enormous cedar trees, ...
This trail offers a long day trip over the Swan Range and into the western edge of the ...
This trail provides access to the Big Salmon valley via a rather low pass in the Swan ...
A mixed old-growth forest and scenic views of the Swan and South Fork of the Flathead ...
The Bungalow Mountain Trail offers a high and dry alternative to the muddy Wall Creek ...
Hart Lake is most often visited as a side trip from the Spotted Bear River Trail. However, ...
This trail runs from Pentagon Cabin on the Spotted Bear River Trail to the high pass at ...
This route is very primitive indeed. It follows the bed of an old trail, no longer maintained, ...
The Spotted Bear River Trail is a major access corridor for travelers bound for the Trilobite ...
This trail accesses the high country surrounding Whitcomb Peak, passing some fascinating ...
This trail accesses the alpine ridges at the headwaters of Long Creek, after a long passage ...
This trail links the South Fork and White River valleys via a high route that features ...
The Mid Creek trail is a seldom-used route that follows a tributary of the South Fork ...
The Black Bear Creek Trail provides a dead-end valley bottom journey that crosses excellent ...
The Picture Ridge Trail provides a ridgeline trek with outstanding views of Swan Peak ...
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