Kim Williams Trail

Lolo, Montana

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The Kim Williams Trail is a corridor that cuts straight out of town among the cliffs and forests of Hellgate Canyon. The doubletrack, gravel trail is flat and follows the path of the old Milwaukee Railroad. The bottleneck canyon in the Clark Fork River is a popular recreation destination any time of the year. A variety of wildlife can be encountered here. The hike begins at the Sentinel Trailhead. There is an option to climb the Hellgate Canyon Trail to the top of Mount Sentinel and descend down the face. There are plans to extend this trail over the river and connect it with the Canyon River Loop on Bandmann Flats.
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by Josh Mahan (Falcon Guides)

The Kim Williams Trail is a corridor that cuts straight out of town among the cliffs and forests of Hellgate Canyon. The doubletrack, gravel trail is flat and follows the path of the old Milwaukee Railroad.

The bottleneck canyon in the Clark Fork River is a popular recreation destination any time of the year. A variety of wildlife can be encountered here. The hike begins at the Sentinel Trailhead. There is an option to climb the Hellgate Canyon Trail to the top of Mount Sentinel and descend down the face. There are plans to extend this trail over the river and connect it with the Canyon River Loop on Bandmann Flats.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lolo
Distance: 5.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Missoula Parks and Recreation, 600 Cregg Lane, Missoula, MT 59801 (this location is in McCormick Park); (406) 721-7275; ci.missoula.mt.us Lolo National Forest Supervisor’s Office, Fort Missoula Building 24A, Missoula, MT 59804; (406) 3293814; www.fs.usda.gov/lolo/
Local Maps: USGS Southeast Missoula; USDAFS Lolo National Forest Map, available at the district office; City of Missoula Parks, Open Space & Trails, available at McCormick Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Kim Williams Trail

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