Clarks Fork Trail

Clarks Fork Trail Beoordelingen, Cooke City

Clarks Fork Trail
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78.235 bijdragen
jun. 2019
We passed the bridge and hiked. This is a natural park.

There were some informations about Trouts, Wind turbines and kingfisher.

There were some people in the river.

I saw two waterfalls.

This was cool.

Worthwhile to see!
Geschreven op 17 november 2019
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montanaJIm
Missoula, MT2.054 bijdragen
aug. 2017 • Stellen
We just went on the trail in early August. It starts out at a nice waterfall and then a bridge over the water. Then the trail parallels an old jeep road. The trail can be very muddy and lots of mosquitoes. The trail passes Kersey lake and then at the split we went on to Rock Island Lake.
Geschreven op 8 augustus 2017
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MT_Honey
Missoula, MT66 bijdragen
jul. 2017 • Stellen
Great way to spend the day ! Scenic , lots of opportunities for photos ! Short hikes, beautiful falls
Geschreven op 6 juli 2017
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Linda S
Utah21 bijdragen
jun. 2017 • Vrienden
Beautiful area, so much less crowded than inside Yellowstone. Loved the accessibility of the trail to the waterfall at the Clark's Fork picnic/fishing spot
Geschreven op 30 juni 2017
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Winter_Fan24
East Bethel, MN33 bijdragen
jun. 2017 • Stellen
This is an easy hike to the Beartooth Creek, which is 2.5 miles one way. It took us about 2 to 2-1/2 hours to complete the round trip hike. My shoes got pretty muddy, but we hiked just after some ranchers moved their cattle through. Otherwise, it may have been less muddy when crossing creeks and streams.
Geschreven op 23 juni 2017
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Becki1006
Hanover, PA264 bijdragen
sep. 2016 • Stellen
In prior trips to the Cooke City area, I overlooked Clarks Fork. But on my recent trip, I discovered the lovely picnic area and trail to Kersey Lake.

Even if you just want to drive in and look around, there is a very nice waterfall within a few short steps. The area is a known moose and bear habitat, so be aware!
Geschreven op 5 oktober 2016
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Matthew F
Placitas, NM129 bijdragen
sep. 2014 • Stellen
Easy to find, ample parking, pretty location, trail maintained OK, not too strenuous - nice place for a picnic lunch.
Geschreven op 22 september 2014
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Pyra-Danny
St. Petersburg, FL928 bijdragen
jun. 2014 • Stellen
The trail begins relatively clear with signs and a boardwalk leading you to a the remains of an old Power Plant next to (the best part) a loud waterfall! It was breathtaking (and mildly scary) walking across the bridge the leads you right over the falls.

BUT THEN SNOW HAPPENED
As beginner hikers, we were trying to get to Kersey Lake and one sign pointed us in that direction. Even in June large snow piles blocked our path-- easy to walk over. But eventually we arrived in an area where the mud, snow, and stream made us question whether we were following a hiking trail or not anymore. No more signs showed the way... only the solitary footprints of someone who had gone before us. As beginner hikers we didn't want to chance becoming bear chow.
Geschreven op 27 juni 2014
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CARL C
Roscoe, MT13 bijdragen
aug. 2013 • Alleen
The Beartooth Plateau, within the Absarokee Beartooth Wilderness area, Is not a well kept secret to experienced hikers. In the heat of the summer the trail is heavily traveled. It runs from a trailhead just N of the HWY 212 and E of Cooke City to a trailhead at the USFS campground at Alpine MT, aka East Rosebud Lake. It covers over 30 miles of rugged rocky alpine trail at high elevations (to 11,000 feet) and gives the hiker visions of most of Montana's top 41 highest peaks to include the highest, Granite Peak at ~13,000. The trail follows lakes and creek/rivers almost its entire distance. It is Grizzly Country and travelers should be advised and prepared. It is government so there are strict rules on where one can camp, how far from the water, and the basic principle is "leave no trace"--pack it in, pack it out. Winter hiking isn't advised. Some will snowmobile the trail from the Cooke City end up to some of the (frozen over) lakes near the summit. But the other end is impassable from the head of East Rosebud (where I have a home) once the snow falls. Scenery is rugged but spectacular. Glaciers, wildlife, and micro level beauty in the lichen and tiny wildflowers that abound. In the fall, pre-snow, chokecherry bushes are along the trail (for bears and humans to forage on). Allow three days if you fish. Be prepared any day of the year for snow squalls. File a travel plan with family or friends. Carry Bear Spray. Take good binoculars (GOATS, moose, etc) and a good digital camera (and waterproof carrying gear). During SU months the residents have an open store, very well equipped, in their lodge at East Rosebud Lake , the "N" end of the trail. The USFS campground is small and usually full. HIker parties can pre position a car in the trail head parking lot to get back to the other end, whichever end that is. Easiest hike is from Cooke City end to Rosebud end. Good maps, very good topo maps on plastic, are available in Red Lodge and Cooke City and well worth the ~$15 price, and are a super souvenir for post trip talks.
Geschreven op 22 oktober 2013
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Suzanna J
Auburn, California, United States12 bijdragen
jul. 2013 • Gezinnen
Bring mosquito dope. No fish there...so don't waste your time! Beautiful spot to visit though! Waterfalls are incredible. Trail is new with good signage.

Geschreven op 9 juli 2013
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