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Green Mountain Trail from East Fork Boulder River East Boulder Valley Professional Review and Guide
"Green Mountain is a 7,300-foot mountain at the mouth of the Main Boulder Valley. The low mountain separates the Main Boulder Valley from the East Boulder Valley. The Green Mountain Trail, constructed by the Montana Conservation Corps, connects the two drainages. The six-mile-long trail passes through grasslands and heavily timbered forest, including limber pine, lodgepole pine, and Douglas fir. The Main Boulder trailhead is by Natural Bridge Falls (Hikes 85 and 86). This hike begins in the East Boulder Valley by the East Boulder Campground. The hike heads west along the base of Green Mountain and climbs to a grassy 6,580-foot saddle between Green Mountain and Tepee Mountain. From the grassy plateau are views into both valleys."
--Robert Stone, Day Hikes in The Beartooth Mountains (The Globe Pequot Press).
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