The Bitterroot National Forest is a hiker’s paradise. Hiking Trails from the ranch are plentiful, with even more trails located off ranch to alpine destinations. Enjoy hikes along streams, cascading falls, alpine lakes or to the top of the tallest peak in the Bitterroots. Our Chefs will be happy to pack a lunch of your choice in handy backpacks for you to take along.
Year-round, explore the natural beauty of Triple Creek Ranch and the surrounding Bitterroot National Forest on foot.
You can begin right outside the door of your cabin and explore endless acres into the Bitterroot National Forest for more options and longer hikes. Many off-ranch trails are available for all levels of ability. Hiking to Baker Lake, a secluded alpine lake; Trapper Peak, the highest peak in the Bitterroot Mountain range; Boulder Falls, a cascading fall accessible only by foot or by horse, these are just a few of the many hikes available. Whether you choose a ranch hike or an outing off property, we will be happy to supply trail maps, backpacks, bottled water, picnic lunches, sunscreen, and insect repellant. Please ask our Activity Coordinator for more information.
NEW for 2019 – Guided hiking is available at our new Lavene Creek Trail System, along with guided Nordic walking, trail running, and ranch biking!
Popular hikes near Triple Creek Ranch
You will need a car to get to the trailheads to enjoy off-ranch hikes. Ask an Activity Coordinator for a trail map or see maps below.
For detailed directions and overviews of local hikes, download this PDF:
For detailed directions for specific hikes, please download appropriate maps below: