Pyramid Pass Trail is a hiking trail in Powell County, Montana. It is within Lolo National Forest. It is a mile long and begins at 5,235 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is two miles with a total elevation gain of 420 feet.
Pyramid Pass Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The Pyramid Pass Trail follows old logging roads to the high country and visits several trout-filled lakes on its way into the Bob Marshall Wilderness. This trail is an excellent choice for hikers seeking a challenging day trip, which might include fishing or a bushwhack up nearby Pyramid Peak. In addition, the trail is a major route for stock traffic traveling into the Youngs Creek valley. This trail sticks primarily to high, well-drained slopes. As a result, it remains in good condition even after heavy rains."
--Erik Molvar, Hiking Montana's Bob Marshall Wilderness (Falcon Guides).
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