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Belly river lakes, a trip,to paradise

This area is heaven on earth if you get good weather. Whether fishing for lake trout in Cosley, or... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
rick w
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Cardston, Canada
Great access to incredible backcountry

Use the Belly River Trail to access some of the most spectacular and least crowded backcountry in... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2015
DGSat
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California
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River in the park that is too small for boating, but is an excellent scenic hiking area.
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2 days ago
“Belly river lakes, a trip,to paradise”
11 Dec 2015
“Great access to incredible backcountry”
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Glacier National Park, MT
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This area is heaven on earth if you get good weather. Whether fishing for lake trout in Cosley, or cut throat in Glen's and brook trout in mokowanis. The breathtaking Stoney Indian pass, or the impressive ptarmigan tunnel continually give mountain vistas second to none...More

Thank rick w
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Use the Belly River Trail to access some of the most spectacular and least crowded backcountry in Glacier National Park. Start at the parking lot on the US side of the Chief Mountain border crossing. This is not a good trail for day hikes because...More

Thank DGSat
Reviewed 19 March 2015

This was the final landmark before hiking out of the park. We had just completed our third camp at Lake Elizabeth and were hiking out. This Ranger's Station was the grandest goodbye we could ask for. The station lays right on the trail and is...More

Thank Joseph D
Reviewed 25 August 2012

We just "happened" to take the turn-off for the campground, in wanting to get some photographs of the River and the mountains. Met some friendly people setting up camp and got to take some lovely photos that we would not have been able to had...More

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