MINTON PEAK LOOKOUT

Type: Camping – Trout Creek MT Phone: 406-827-3533 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Minton Peak Lookout is situated in the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 5,351 feet in the Kootenai National Forest. The original lookout was constructed in 1932, replaced in 1968, and completely rebuilt in 2011. The mountain was named after Col. David Minton, an Ohio cavalryman who homesteaded (and is buried) […]

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BULL RIVER PAVILION

Type: Camping – TROUT CREEK MT Phone: 406-827-3533 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Bull River Pavilion offers an excellent view of the Bull River and surrounding forest. Its located right in the thick of a variety of recreational opportunities and provides a large group with the perfect place to picnic in northwestern Montana. Natural Features: The pavilion is located in a wooded area at […]

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SEX PEAK. LOOKOUT RENTAL

Type: Camping – TROUT CREEK MT Phone: 406-827-3533 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Sex Peak Lookout is situated in the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 5,772 feet in the Kootenai National Forest. The original lookout was constructed in the early 1920s and replaced by the current lookout in 1948. The peak was named by I.V. Anderson, an early forester, and Harry Baker, supervisor […]

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GEM PEAK LOOKOUT RENTAL

Type: Camping – TROUT CREEK MT Phone: 406-827-3533 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview The gem peak lookout is located in the Cabinet Ranger District, situated above the Clark Fork River Area at the southern end of the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness. The original Gem Peak Lookout was activated in 1921 as a "rag outfit"–a pole platform tent near a 15 foot open-platform tower. Today, the […]

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BULL RIVER GUARD STATION

Type: Camping – TROUT CREEK MT Phone: 406-827-3533 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview The Bull River Guard Station was built in 1908 as the Rangers house and office. This structure was a primary ranger station from 1908 to 1920, surviving the legendary 1910 fires that swept through the area. The cabin was home to Granville "Granny" Gordon (District Ranger), his wife and three daughters. […]

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