Sacajawea Peak

Bozeman, Montana

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A day trek to the top of the highest peak in the Bridger Range. Hundreds, if not thousands, of Bozeman-area residents have climbed Sacajawea Peak. Here is your chance to find out why. Pack the car with a picnic lunch. Bring water:You won’t find any along this route. Find the trailhead and note the massive furrowed limestone on the east face of Sacajawea Peak just above the lake.The route,Trail 534, is a 2.5-mile, 2,000-foot, Category H climb that goes right to the top of Sacajawea Peak. First you climb tothe saddle between Sacajawea Peak and Hardscrabble Peak, where you take the trail to the left (south) and follow its twists and turns up to the top.
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by Bill Schneider & Russ Schneider (Falcon Guides)

A day trek to the top of the highest peak in the Bridger Range. Hundreds, if not thousands, of Bozeman-area residents have climbed Sacajawea Peak. Here is your chance to find out why. Pack the car with a picnic lunch. Bring water:You won’t find any along this route.

Find the trailhead and note the massive furrowed limestone on the east face of Sacajawea Peak just above the lake.The route,Trail 534, is a 2.5-mile, 2,000-foot, Category H climb that goes right to the top of Sacajawea Peak. First you climb tothe saddle between Sacajawea Peak and Hardscrabble Peak, where you take the trail to the left (south) and follow its twists and turns up to the top.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bozeman
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 1
Season: July through September
Local Contacts: Gallatin National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Sacajawea Peak
Driving Directions: Directions to Sacajawea Peak

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May 2018