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Lost Peak Via Big Snowy Trail #650 is a 9.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Forest Grove, Montana that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking, trail running, and nature trips.

Length 9.2 mi Elevation gain 2,552 ft Route type Out & Back

Hiking

Nature trips

Running

Forest

Views

Wildlife

Description
Waypoints (1)

Moderate hike, great views and hiking and potential to see wildlife. Sign very misleading on mileage. Watch out for holes and caves on the ridgeline

Weather
UV Index
Daylight
Reviews (4)
Photos (5)
Recordings (3)
Completed (6)
Myles Connelly
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Hiking

This was a decent trail. At some points it was hard to follow. There are small rock piles that guide your way. I went solo and lost the trail a few times. A GPS helped me get back on. It was beautiful country. I did an overnight camp/hike and got caught in a wicked thunderstorm near the top so be weary of the weather. Bring your own water because there is none.

Caleb Grove
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Hiking
First to Review

A relatively well maintained trail for the region, and one of the quickest routes to the "ridgeline" of the Big Snowies. It makes for a great day or afternoon hike. Lost Peak itself is very anticlimactic - the unnamed peak .5 miles to the south is taller and presents more remarkable views. Keep in mind that there is no running water nearby, so you'll need to pack in what you'll need.

Tim Vance
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Hiking
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Tristan Swartout
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Hiking
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