Copeland Lake

Cooke City, Montana 59020

Copeland Lake

Copeland Lake Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"A long loop to several large wilderness lakes best suited for a three- or four-night backpack.This hike used to start at the recently abandoned Muddy Creek Trailhead. You can still go to Lower Granite Lake from the old Muddy Creek Trailhead and make this route a bit easier (although not shorter), but be prepared to have very wet feet when you reach Granite Lake. The abandoned trailhead isn’t signed, but with a little research (or an old map), you can find it.

The first mile or so of the trail to the first junction (turn left here) drops steeply, and then keeps dropping, but not quite as steeply. Only 0.5 mile later you come to the Muddy Creek Cutoff Trail, which very precipitously drops into Muddy Creek."

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Trail Information

Cooke City
Nearby City
23.7
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2 to 3 days
Duration
USGS Muddy Creek and Castle Moun- tain; RMS Wyoming Beartooths; and at least 1 wilderness-wide map
Local Maps

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Dec 2018