Clark Fork River Trail

 5 votes

10.8 Miles 17.3 Kilometers


Singletrack

723' 220 m

Ascent

-602' -183 m

Descent

2,817' 859 m

High

2,560' 780 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

Minor Issues

66 days agoUpdate

A great singletrack ride along the Clark Fork River.

Matt Barnes

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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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in St. Regis

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in St. Regis

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Conditions


Minor Issues 66 days ago
Fallen Trees: All Dry. Trailhead not Underwater anymore. 2 fallen trees (one to go over and one to go under)
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This ride seems to be called "St. Regis River Trail 223" on Trailforks, although it parallels the Clark Fork River.... Feb 28, 2017


This was an entertaining afternoon single track. I ended up riding it again backward, I was by myself and had no shuttle staged. Trail flows well with fun downhills and some difficult climbs (hike a bike style) First switchback climb is difficult. Fun Downhill rock section with a drop-off on your right down to the river. Worth the ride for sure. Found several piles of bear dookie, fair warning. Jun 14, 2017


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