South Fork Lolo Creek to Bass Creek

Lolo, Montana 59847

South Fork Lolo Creek to Bass Creek

South Fork Lolo Creek to Bass Creek Professional Review and Guide

"One of the few point-to-point hikes entirely within the Montana portion of the Selway- Bitterroot Wilderness, this trek also provides an alternate approach into the Bass Lake area.

Aside from the outbound Bass Creek Trail, the route as a whole is lightly used and is best suited for an excursion of two or three nights—an itinerary that may be easily extended if you want to take advantage of a side trip to Lappi or the South Fork Lakes, or even continue into the Kootenai Creek drainage."

South Fork Lolo Creek to Bass Creek Reviews

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8/17/2009
As the guide said it is hard to follow the trail. Mainly because their is no trail head marked. If there was ever a trail head it was many many years ago. The fishing is probably really great because nobody has been there in years, so there is no pressure. I did not mark the lat. and long. on the guide I printed from the internet or I could have found it with my GPS. I will be sure to do that the next time I go on a hike so I don't drive 17 miles on a forest road and can not find something. Fair road, great scenery.
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Trail Information

Lolo
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
20.5
Distance
Shuttle
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
14.0–16.0 hours
Duration
Best from late July through September
Season
Lolo National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS 7.5-minute series: Dick Creek, MT-ID; Saint Joseph Peak, MT-ID; and Saint Mary Peak, MT
Local Maps

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Jul 2018