Grayling Lake

Butte, Montana 59750

Grayling Lake

Grayling Lake Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"A day hike or overnighter to three peaceful lakes in the shadow of 10,144-foot-high Sharp Mountain. Outfitters from the Canyon Creek Ranch use this area for guided fishing trips. The
trail sees regular summer traffic, but this area is still pristine. Canyon Creek Trail 88 begins by crossing Canyon Creek on a two-log bridge. Canyon Creek supports finger-size brook trout.

On the other side of the creek, the trail turns to the right and up the opposite slope.The old trail follows the river, but
it was too close to the ranch, so it was relocated. At half a mile Trail 88 crosses through a gate. Be sure to close it behind you. Continue following Canyon Creek Trail 88 for 1.5 miles to its intersection with Lion Creek Trail 28. This section climbs gradually uphill through the trees and along the creek."

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Trail Information

Butte
Nearby City
10
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
1
Duration
July through September
Season
Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Vipond Park and Mount Tahepia
Local Maps

Trail Log