Heart and Pearl Lakes Trail Topo Map

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Trail 171 enters a cool forest of subalpine fir and Engelmann spruce. Look closer and you’ll notice that these tall trees stand in stark contrast to much of the surrounding landscape, which sports silver snags, groundhugging shrubs, and golden grasses. This entire area was engulfed in a massive wildfire a century ago, and nature is slowly regenerating. All this newly created open country has provided good forage for big beasties. All of this area has remained roadless and is being considered for inclusion in a 250,000-acre federally protected Great Burn Wilderness Area. This creekside trail works its way up the valley. Some brushy avalanche areas must be traversed (watch for nettles), but most of the route is under forest canopy. A lot of small critters such as hares, squirrels, and snakes (but not the poisonous ones) will keep your dog alert.
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Superior, Montana

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