Enjoy Flathead Lake trails during your Montana vacation. Trails and camping facilities as well as other information about the area are included in the guide.
This guide to comprised of hikes Mike has competed in the last 20 years hiking and hunting in these areas and hikes Mike plans to do in the next 20 years. The goal was to create a guide that would put the information you need in your hand prior to and while you hike in beautiful Northwest Montana. It’s the guide I wanted 20 years ago. I hope it provides you with the information you need as well. Enjoy your trail.
There are most literally 100’s of miles of Flathead lake trails. This trail guide contains every trail known to Mike.
Flathead Lake in in northwest Montana. The guide is just south of 200 pages. It contains most everything you would need to find the prefect camp spot or trail head.
Flathead Lake Trails
When visiting the southern half of Flathead Lake, and the surrounding communities be aware that you are on Tribal Lands. This means that unless you are an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes you must purchase a Tribal permit to perform whatever recreational activity you engage in. Required permits begin with a Conservation or Recreation permit and additional stamps are required for other individual activities, such as fishing.
If you plan on engaging in recreational activities within the Flathead Reservation please be sure to make yourself aware of the special rules and regulations that apply. Also, be extra careful, the southern half of Flathead Lake is a sacred place. What you may or may not consider sacred may not be the same as what a Tribal Member would or would not consider sacred. Your ability to recreate on Tribal Lands is a privilege, not a right. Please treat it as such.