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Clark Fork River Trail

 4.2 (10)

10.8 Miles 17.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

723' 220 m

Ascent

-602' -183 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

2,817' 859 m

High

2,560' 780 m

Low

Shared By Matt Barnes

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A great singletrack ride along the Clark Fork River.

Matt Barnes

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

Description

This is a great early or late season option to get on some great trail. The trail starts from the Ferry Landing fishing access site and passes under the highway and RR bridges to start. There are a few challenging switchback climbs out of the gate, but the bulk of the trail is fast and flowy through dark pine forest along the Clark Fork River.

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Jul 4, 2018
Matt Perry
Wet from rain but the river was well below the trailhead. Note: this can change day to day on the Clark Fork. Ride was good saw elk and moose.
Apr 28, 2018
Zana Faulkner
Fun, non technical trail with old growth cedars, mountain lion and bear scat. A few steep little grunts. Several downed trees. We cleared two. 35mi — 5h 00m
Sep 16, 2017
Andrew Pfalzer
Jun 4, 2017
Filthy Hobo
19mi — 2h 30m
Oct 29, 2016
Filthy Hobo
9mi — 75h 00m

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Trail Ratings

  4.2 from 10 votes

#1

in St. Regis

#4128

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  4.2 from 10 votes
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#1

in St. Regis

#55

in Montana

#4,128

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If you ride round trip from the trailhead to St Regis and back, you’ll get about 32 miles in with 2600’. Multiple downed trees, although we cleared two. Trail appears to be fairly heavily trafficked by mountain lions - lots of scat, but no animals were seen. Fresh bear scat on trail as well. Old cedar growth sections, combined with a few bony parts, and a few water crossings (board bridges). Overall trail is fairly fast and flowy. A few steep grunts will make you earn your beer. May 1, 2018
Abe Gold
Tucson, AZ
Abe Gold   Tucson, AZ
Beautiful environment, shady. Sounds of the flowing river and birds, a few trains across the river will break the solitude. Best trail I found in Montana. May 19, 2018
Brian Stampe 1
Spearfish, SD
Brian Stampe 1   Spearfish, SD
Flowy and at times exposed. Beautiful cedar and mossy forest. Five stars Jun 26, 2018

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