Hazel and Hub Lakes Trail Topo Map

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This is a great hike to two lovely backcountry lakes tucked along the Bitterroot Divide, which separates Idaho from Montana. En route you and your pooch will be treated to a cool forest of old growth cedars, a scenic overlook of crashing Dipper Falls, and a couple of paw-splashing creek crossings. Hazel is the larger and closer lake, but Hub is more scenic and offers better fishing, swimming, and camping. Follow Ward Creek Trail 262 through a lush cedar forest, marveling at some of the old giants that escaped the Great Fire of 1910, which engulfedthree million surrounding acres. After some easy going the trail begins to climb. Pause for a few minutes to gaze out at Dipper Falls. Perhaps you’ll even see a dipper or two at the base of the 60-foot cataract.
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Saint Regis, Montana

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