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Tag Archives: Tobacco Root Mountains
Backpack to the “Not Unduly Spectacular.” Curly Lake, Tobacco Root Mountains.
I’m trudging up the steep trail to Curly Lake, thinking – somewhat crabbily – about the Montana Hiking guide’s description of Curly Lake as “not unduly spectacular.” I haven’t been there, and right about now I’m wondering why we chose … Continue reading
Posted in Backpacking, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Outdoors Tagged Curly Lake Montana, Not Unduly Spectacular Lakes, Tobacco Root Mountains 16 Comments
What’s the Shortest Distance You Can Hike and Still Be Tough?
Here’s a lesson: if you suggest a weekend backpack, and remember a beautiful spot that you visited years ago, and you want to impress your tough hiking friends with this swell hike, it might be a good idea to actually check out a map … Continue reading
Posted in Backpacking, Hiking, Montana, Nature Tagged Branham Peaks, how not to be tough, short backpack trips, Tobacco Root Mountains 15 Comments