Troy, MT Trails and Parks

Troy has 5 trails in the vicinity, including 1 for birding and 1 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 8 to 16 miles in length. The most popular trails are Little Spar Lake Trail, Troy and Vicinity and Kootenai River. Trails.com member Elizabeth R. recently completed Little Spar Lake Trail.
  • Troy and Vicinity

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    Troy, MT

    One region of Montana often overlooked by the traveler is the area around Troy in the extreme northwest corner of the state. This rolling, heavily timbered country is drained by the Kootenai ...
    •  2 to 3 days
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    One region of Montana often overlooked by the traveler is the area around Troy in the extreme northwest corner of the state. ...

  • Little Spar Lake Trail

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    Troy, MT

    Little Spar Lake sits in a rugged basin within the shadows of 7009-foot Scotchman Peak. The trail to it travels through groves of giant cedars, skirts below cliffs, and blazes across wildlife-rich ...
    •  6 hours
    •  8 miles
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    Little Spar Lake sits in a rugged basin within the shadows of 7009-foot Scotchman Peak. The trail to it travels through groves ...

  • Bad Medicine Campground

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    Troy, MT

    Driving the densely forested access road to this campground provides a strong contrast to the dramatic peaks you see to the east along MT 56. Part of the 94,000-acre Cabinet Mountain Wilderness, ...
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    Driving the densely forested access road to this campground provides a strong contrast to the dramatic peaks you see to the ...

  • Spar Lake

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    Troy, MT

    Lincoln County is blessed with many excellent trout streams and lakes, but none is prettier than Spar Lake. Situated in the Cabinet Mountains south of Troy, Spar Lake ranks as one of western ...
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    Lincoln County is blessed with many excellent trout streams and lakes, but none is prettier than Spar Lake. Situated in the ...

  • Kootenai River

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    Troy, MT

    For most of its length in the United States, the Kootenai River is within sight of roads. This trip, which starts in Montana and ends in Idaho, takes paddlers through a remote and heavily forested ...
    •  6 hours or overnight
    •  16 miles
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    For most of its length in the United States, the Kootenai River is within sight of roads. This trip, which starts in Montana ...

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