Sweathouse Falls is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Victor, Montana that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and horses and is best used from May until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
drive 5 miles west from Victor, MT. Off of US-93 turn onto Bear Creek Rd and drive until stop sign and take Right on Red Crow Rd. Turn Left on Bear creek and take 1st right to stay on Red Crow Rd, follow until end and make a left on Sweathouse Creek Rd. Stay right toward end of road which takes you to trail.
Hiked to the falls with family (hey yall), great hike, trail was good even with the snow! Great day!
Hiked to the falls today, trail was narrow but packed. But don't step off the trail, knee-waste deep in most places. Beautiful day and weather, we even witnessed a few small avalanches.
This hike is a nice gradual climb up to the falls. The waterfall is beautiful! A great short hike, definitely not too difficult.
Helpful tip: Park in the ample space by the "visitor parking area" sign. From there, follow the road up where you'll pass a quarry. The road leads right to the trailhead.
Great hike, lots of beautiful fall foliage right now. There are a few little swimming holes that would be great to take a dip in during the warmer months! Will definitely do this hike again.
Amazing hike, I loved it. It's all around beautiful the whole hike. But if you want to actually swim at the falls you have to go off the trail and climb down to the falls which was a little treacherous, still worth it though!
Beautiful hike with a great workout. The falls are stunning. Highly recommend it.
Great and easy trail, almost always uphill on the way to the falls which lead to a pretty good workout. Dog loved it with plenty of spots on the creek to get a drink!
This trail is lovely although it is narrow.
Loved this hike!
This is a fun little hike. Never any really difficult steep parts. Draw back no potty at trailhead.
Cassie Ann G.
Cassie Ann G.
Beautiful hike! Watch your dogs in the spring when the water is high though, we almost lost one over the falls at the top! (Granted, he's not the brightest pup to begin with, but still :)