Lake Como Loop

Darby, Montana 59829

Lake Como Loop

Lake Como Loop Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"The Lake Como National Recreation Trail serves as either a convenient loop or as the first leg of a longer backpack into the Rock Creek drainage.

It's minimal profile, low elevation, and fine views of the Como Peaks make it a good candidate for earlyseason hiking in the Bitterroot foothills. You can hike the loop in either direction, but this description follows the trail in a counterclockwise circuit from the Lake Como Day Use Trailhead and parking area adjacent to the Upper Como Campground loop."

More Lake Como Loop Professional Guides

Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

Day Hikes around Missoula, Montana (Day Hike Books)
Robert Stone
View more trails from this guide book
"Lake Como is a premier recreation destination between Hamilton and Darby. The lake, the largest in the Bitterroots, was named by Father Ravalli for the Lake Como in his native country, Italy. The 906-acre, manmade lake lies in a gorgeous glacial basin at 4,245 feet beneath the stunning granite spires of Como Peaks."

Lake Como Loop Trip Reports

With no trip reports, your opinion of this trail could be huge! Help other outdoor enthusiasts today.

Lake Como Loop Photos

Trail Information

Darby
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
8.2
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
4.0–5.0 hours
Duration
Best from May through July
Season
Bitterroot National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS 7.5-minute series: Como Peaks, MT; Darby, MT
Local Maps

Trail Log