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Torrey Lake Trail is a 19.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Wise River, Montana that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, bird watching, and backpacking.

Length 19.6 mi Elevation gain 2,532 ft Route type Out & Back
Backpacking Camping Hiking Bird watching Forest Lake Views Wildlife
Waypoints (1)
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Torrey Lake
45.46866, -112.97087
Weather
UV Index
Daylight
Reviews (7)
Photos (37)
Recordings (2)
Completed (9)
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Miranda Griffis
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Trail has recently been cleaned, great trail, beautiful lake!

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Silas Hyzer
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A 20 mile day when all was said and done! The trail is quite flat for the first 7 miles in, then you get uphill to Torrey lake. The lake is 110% worth the hike. It was like something out of a fairy tale. Making this a day hike is not for the faint of heart, but it will leave you satisfied.

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Brandy Pauff
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HikingBlowdownBugsMuddyOff trailOver grownRockySnow

Tried this trail June 12. Trail maintenance hadn't come through yet. Saw a tree get blown over and few places to set up camp due to the amount of dead trees. Trail markers are a short rectangle above a long rectangle scraped into the bark. Lost the trail about a mile from the lake and couldn't stay on it even with the trail loaded on GPS due to snow, overgrowth, boulders, and infrequent trail markers. Planned to camp at the lake overnight, but gave up 0.5 mile from the lake since we were afraid we wouldn't be able to find our way back if something happened to the GPS. Suggest really knowing where you're going if you hike it, or at least hiking later in the season. Didn't see a single person all day, but saw beavers and elk.

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Colin Bingham
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Unbelievably beautiful lake. Awesome backpacking trip

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Perry P.
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Kayla Hatfield
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Kayla Hatfield
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