Woodbine Falls Main Stillwater Drainage

Dean, Montana 59061

Woodbine Falls Main Stillwater Drainage

Woodbine Falls: Main Stillwater Drainage Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Woodbine Falls is a long, stunning freefalling waterfall that plunges down Woodbine Creek, a tributary of the Stillwater River. The creek begins high in the mountains at Twin Peaks and empties into the Stillwater near Woodbine Campground at the end of County Road 41 9.

This trail begins from the campground and climbs 3/4 of a mile to a lookout below the falls, staying close to the frothy, cascading whitewater. The vibrations from the thunderous falls can be felt from the trail."

Woodbine Falls: Main Stillwater Drainage Trip Reports

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7/1/2001

The hike went through burn areas, which was cool to see the growth progress. The hike follows the creek most of the way up. Some very cool waterfalls. The trail ends at Elk Lake, a great place for a picnic.
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Trail Information

Dean
Nearby City
1.5
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
1 hour
Duration
Year-round
Season
Natural Bridge State park
Local Contacts
USGS: Cathedral Point
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