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Negro Mountain, MT| June, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BR-116

0.3 mi, +515 feet

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Peak 6140, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/CL-158

0.9 mi, +940 feet

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Peak 6333, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/CL-154

1.3 mi, +780 feet

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Taylor Benchmark, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-181

1.3 mi, +680 feet

This is a good early season summit and is also suitable for bicycle access.

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South Badger Ridge, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-182

There are a number of options to access this summit.  It can likely be nearly a drive-up if it is approached from Hwy-278 to the north going south past Road Agent’s Rock.  It may also be accessed from the town of Bannack year-round.  Bannack was originally the territorial capital of Montana and is now a historic ghost-town state park that is well worth visiting.  We accessed the summit by foll

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Peak 7388, MT| April, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-183

1.1 miles, 580 feet

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Peak 7350, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-184

0.7 mi, 820’

This is an easy hike into the edge of the Henneberry Ridge Wilderness Study Area.

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Red Crow Mountain, MT| July, 2017

Summit: 
W7M/FN-104

5.9 miles, +3,100 ft, -300 ft

Mostly on-trail, Some Off-Trail

The trailhead (Glacier National Park – Lubec Lake / Firebrand Pass Trailhead) is easy to get to, but also easy to miss.  The trailhead parking is on a short (500-foot) loop turnoff from Highway-2 that is squeezed between the highway and the railroad tracks.  The trailhead is 6.25 miles from the main intersection in East Glacier, and 8.6 miles from the John F. Stevens monument at the summit of Marias Pass.

 

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Goat Mountain, MT | May, 2016

Summit: 
W7M/BR-158

Goat Mountain:  (1.1 miles, 1,100 ft)

A GPS (with land ownership) is recommended – to help stay on the unmarked public land.